This survey will help Tennessee Extension determine if our lawn, garden, and landscape information is reaching the needs of residents across Tennessee through garden shows, fairs, presentations, and events. When you take 3-5 minutes to answer these few, brief questions, we will be able to better educate and assist residents through consumer horticultural education now and in the future. This survey is anonymous, and you are free to skip questions or quit the survey at any time. We very much appreciate  your time and thanks in advance for your feedback!
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Please check all Volunteer Development trainings that you attended in 2019
I have increased my knowledge on these topics through Extension presentations by this amount:  (please answer all that apply)
0% increase in knowledge
100% increase in knowledge
Presentation skills, engaging the audience, & power point development 
Stewardship & sustainability of the landscape in regard to home compost
Fair judging criteria for horticulture, vegetable, and crop entries at county fairs
Creative container upcycling and inspiration for mixed container plantings and plant selection
Water stewardship in my garden or landscape & implementation of rain-gardens
Insect, & disease ID for the home vegetable garden
Insect & disease ID  for landscape plants
I plan to implement or have already implemented these practices because of Extension presentations and events:  (please answer all that apply)
I had implemented before the presentation or event
I plan to implement because of the Extension presentation or event
I have already implemented because of the Extension presentation or event
Using learned presentation skills to give talks and presentations to local groups
Using compost bin made during class in the home garden, or practicing another version of home composting
Judging or shadowing a judge of  horticulture, vegetable, or crop entries at county fairs
Up-cycle an outdated/unattractive planting container 
Using practices like downspout disconnect, establishing permanent ground cover, protecting exposed soil with mulch, and rain-barrel or rain-garden installation to improve water stewardship in the home garden 
Implementing an IPM program in the home vegetable garden that includes scouting, prevention, and identification 
Implementing an IPM program in the home landscape that includes scouting, prevention, and identification
Please indicate your perceived "value" of each program in terms of how it can impact your garden, or landscape through money saved, increased property value, conversation/stewardship, quality of life, or the value of the information itself.
Do you plan to buy plants, garden, or landscape/garden supplies as a result of Extension presentations or events?