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This study is concerned with how the school is to proceed in a program of conservation education to bring about these desired changes. It is concerned, however, with only one link in the long chain of activities composing the total conservation education program--the development of a cooperative evaluation technique in appraising certain community agencies that can be used by the schools of Stanislaus county in teaching conservation of the resources most vital to the county; namely, soil and water. The study attempted to evaluate the agencies in terms of the accessibility and adaptability of their use to the school program.
Francis, Harold Clarence. (1955). An evaluation technique in appraising certain community resources for conservation education in Stanislaus County. University of the Pacific, Thesis. https://scholarlycommons.pacific.edu/uop_etds/1268