Toxics, food safety, water quality “most important”: How California educators and CE directors view “agricultural literacy” programs
Marc T. Braverman, UC Davis
Ellen L. Rilla, Marin County
California Agriculture 45(6):4-9. DOI: 10.3733/ca.v045n06p4.
While California'seducational administrators view agricultural literacy as important, new programs must compete for limited classroom resources.
M. T. Brauemn is 4-H Youth Development (YO) Specialist, Department of Applied Behavioral Sciences, UC Davis; E. L. Rilla is County Director, Marin County;
The authors wish to acknowledge and thank the other members of the research team: Daniel Desmond (County Director, Sonoma County), Richard Ponzio (4-H YD Specialist, School of Education, UC Berkeley), Faye Lee (4-H YD Advisor, San Francisco-San Mateo Counties), Elizabeth Sandlin (4-H YD Advisor, Marin County), and Carol Kaney (4-H Program Coordinator, Sonoma County).