Program Indicators for FY2018Kentucky Extension Reports

Lawrence County CES

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ANR Addressing Water Issues

1001 - Backyard Streams
1001.1) 0

Number of individuals who planned to apply what they learned from this program to address water issues

1001.2) 0

Number of individuals who applied what they learned from this program to address water issues

1001.3) 0

Number of individuals who planned to implement at least one best practice to protect stream banks and stream buffer zones

1001.4) 0

Number of individuals who reported implementing at least one best practice to protect stream banks and stream buffer zones

1001.5) 0

Number of those who planted native species in their stream buffer zones  after participating in this program

1001.6) 0

Number of those who shared information from this program with at least one other individual

1001.7) 0

Number of those who reported going beyond the program to learn more about best practices to protect and/or conserve water resources

1003 - Urban Environments (water issues)
1003.1) 0

Number of individuals who plan to engage in decision-making activities and actions that affect water quality

1003.2) 0

Number of individuals who made informed decisions that affect water quality

1003.3) 0

Number of individuals who plan to implement BMPs in the near future

1003.4) 0

Number of individuals who implemented BMPs on their property/in the community

1003.5) 0

Number of individuals who plan to complete soil tests as needed

1003.6) 0

Number of individuals who completed soil tests as needed

1002 - Ag Water Quality Program
1002.1) 0

Number of landowners who made plans to develop or update an ag water quality plan as a result of this program

1002.2) 0

Number of landowners who developed or updated an ag water quality plan as a result of this program

1002.3) 0

Number of producers with plans to develop and implement a nutrient management plan

1002.4) 0

Number of producers that developed and implemented a nutrient management plan

1002.5) 0

Number of landowners planning to implement one or more new best practices for soil conservation as a result of Extension programming

1002.6) 0

Number of landowners who implemented one or more new best practices for soil conservation as a result of Extension programming

1002.7) 0

Number of landowners who plan on implementing one or more new best practices for  improving water quality

1002.8) 0

Number of landowners who implemented one or more new best practices for  improving water quality

ANR Livestock Production Systems

1016 - Small Ruminants
1016.1) 10

Number of producers who incorporated best practices recommended by Extension

1015 - Poultry
1015.1) 0

Number of producers who incorporated best practices recommended by Extension

1014 - Swine
1014.1) 0

Number of producers who incorporated best practices recommended by Extension

1013 - Aquaculture
1013.1) 0

Number of producers who incorporated best practices recommended by Extension

1012 - Dairy
1012.1) 0

Number of cows impacted by practices adopted that improve cow comfort, promote structural soundness/prevented lameness, and/or decrease somatic cell count of milk

1012.2) 0

Number of cows impacted by practices adopted relating to improved information systems

1012.3) 0

Number of heads impacted by practices adopted that improved feeding management, nutrition or development of dairy calves and/or heifers

1012.4) 0

Number of heads impacted by practices adopted to improve feed production, herd management and/or feeding of lactating dairy cows

1012.5) 0

Number of heads impacted by practices adopted to improve feed production, herd management and/or feeding of dry cows

1012.6) 0

Number of cows impacted by practices adopted that improve reproductive efficiency

1012.7) 0

Number of producers that adopted practices that improve environmental quality

1012.8) 0

Number of underserved, non-traditional and/or limited English proficiency (LEP) individuals trained or reached with dairy educational programs

1011 - Beef
1011.1) 2

Number of producers who reported improved record keeping practices as a result of Extension programs

1011.2) 5

Number of producers reporting changed or improved pasture management practices

1011.3) 3

Number of producers who reported saving money or reducing cost of operation

1011.4) 4

Number of producers who now practice efficient reproduction techniques

1011.5) 4

Number of producers who implement a crossbreeding program and utilize Expected Progeny Difference when selecting bulls

1017 - Equine
1017.1) 0

Number of producers who incorporated best practices recommended by Extension

1018 - Bees/Beekeeping
1018.1) 6

Number of producers who incorporated best practices recommended by Extension

ANR Local Food Systems

1021 - Local Food Systems
1021.1) 2

Number of producers who can accurately identify agricultural food products that extend beyond the growing season 

1021.2) 4

Number of producers reporting more confidence in marketing/selling food products

1021.3) 6

Number of producers who were successful in marketing/selling food products

1021.4) 0

Number of residents reporting an increase in accessing fresh, local foods

1021.5) 15

Number of residents indicating a willingness to support local food markets as a result of awareness raised through Extension programming 

1021.6) 0

Number of producers who were encouraged by Extension programming to seek additional training on food safety ( FAP, FSMA, etc.)

1021.7) 2

Number of producers who were successfully trained by Extension on food safety (GAP or FSMA)

1021.8) 1

Number of producers who successfully obtained value-added processing certification (HBM, HBP, BPCS, etc.) through Extension programming

ANR Home & Consumer Horticulture/Master Gardener

1032 - Master Gardener
1032.1) 0

Number of master gardeners that have completed certification and were active volunteers in the county during the past year

1032.2) 1

Number of Master Gardeners that have served as volunteers for one (1) year or less

1032.3) 150

Number of volunteer service hours completed by Extension Master Gardener Volunteers in the county

1032.4) 100

Number of continuing education hours completed by Master Gardener volunteers

1032.5) 125

Number of direct contacts made by Master Gardener volunteers

1032.6) 0

Number of indirect contacts made by Master Gardener volunteers

1032.7) 5

Number of Master Gardener volunteers who increased their knowledge of home horticultural practices

1032.8) 4

Number of Master Gardener volunteers who adopted 2 or more practices from Master Gardener training into their own garden/landscape

1032.9) 1

Number of Master Gardener volunteers who developed more confidence in teaching subject matter related to horticulture

1032.10) 1

Number of Master Gardener volunteers who developed confidence in addressing the needs of clientele (walk-ins, phone calls, emails, etc.)

1032.11) 10

Number of Master Gardener volunteers who became aware of Extension’s role in addressing the needs of local residents

1032.12) 10

Number of Master Gardener volunteers who saw their services as a reliable source of home horticulture information in the county

1032.13) 10

Number of Master Gardener volunteers who learned how to work more effectively with people

1032.14) 10

Number of Master Gardener volunteers who believe their efforts helped extend the outreach of the Kentucky Cooperative Extension Service

1032.15) 10

Number of Master Gardener volunteers who believes the Master Gardener program greatly improves the Kentucky Cooperative Extension Service’s connection to the local community

1032.16) 10

Number of master gardener volunteers who believe they developed skills they can use in other areas of their lives

1031 - Home & Consumer Horticulture
1031.1) 100

Number of participants engaged in home and consumer horticulture programming

ANR Chemical Management

1045 - Chemical Livestock Management Tools
1045.1) 0

Number of producers who plan to update farm chemical administration schedules to reduce the risk of developing resistance

1045.2) 0

Number of producers who  updated their farm’s chemical administration schedule to reduce risk of developing resistance

1045.3) 0

Number of producers who plan to change chemical treatment techniques

1045.4) 0

Number of producers who  changed  chemical treatment techniques

1045.5) 0

Number of producers who plan to improve treatment schedule recordkeeping

1045.6) 0

Number of producers who improved treatment schedule recordkeeping

1045.7) 0

Number of producers who plan on reevaluating materials based on pre-slaughter or withdrawal periods

1045.8) 0

Number of producers who  reevaluated materials based on pre-slaughter or withdrawal periods

1045.9) 0

Number of producers who plan to implement a non-chemical companion tactic

1045.10) 0

Number of producers who implemented a non-chemical companion tactic

1044 - Pesticide Safety – Livestock Pests
1044.1) 0

Number of producers planning to complete Kentucky Pesticide Application training

1044.2) 0

Number of producers who successfully completed Kentucky Pesticide Applicator Training

1044.3) 0

Number of producers who plan to train workers in worker protection standards (WPS)

1044.4) 0

Number of producers who trained workers in worker protection standards (WPS)

1044.5) 0

Number of producers that will make changes to farm chemical handling, storage and disposal practices

1044.6) 0

Number of producers who  made changes to their farm’s chemical handling, storage, and disposal practices

1044.7) 0

Number of producers with plans to communicate with neighbors around their farm about pesticide-sensitive areas

1044.8) 0

Number of producers who communicated with neighbors/users of pesticide-sensitive areas around their farms

1044.9) 0

Number of producers who plan to improve chemical administration record keeping

1044.10) 0

Number of producers who improved chemical administration record keeping

1043 - Integrated Plant Pest Management
1043.1) 0

Number of producers who plan to integrate a new cultural management tactic with their current spray program

1043.2) 0

Number of producers who  Integrated a new cultural management tactic with current spray programs

1043.3) 0

Number of producers that plan to alter existing spray programs to reduce non-target impacts

1043.4) 0

Number of producers who  altered existing spray program to reduce non-target impacts

1043.5) 0

Number of producers who plan to scout fields weekly for pest pressure

1043.6) 0

Number of producers who  scouted fields weekly for pest pressure

1043.7) 0

Number of producers who will begin using biological control

1043.8) 0

Number of producers who  used biological control

1043.9) 0

Number of producers who plan to research multiple options before selecting and applying pesticides 

1043.10) 0

Number of producers who  researched multiple options before selecting and applying pesticides

1042 - Chemical Crop Management Tools
1042.1) 0

Number of producers who plan to update farm spraying to reduce risks of developing resistance as a result of participating in this program

1042.2) 0

Number of producers who updated their farm’s spray program to reduce risk of developing resistance

1042.3) 0

Number of producers who plan to calibrated their sprayer

1042.4) 0

Number of producers who calibrated their sprayer

1042.5) 0

Number of producers who plan to reevaluate nozzles, spray pressure or boom height as a result of participating in this program

1042.6) 0

Number of producers who  reevaluated nozzles, spray pressure, or boom height

1042.7) 0

Number of producers who plan to test pesticide application water (pH, alkalinity, etc.)

1042.8) 0

Number of producers who tested pesticide application water (pH, alkalinity, etc.)

1042.9) 0

Number of producer who will consider alternate materials based on REI, PHI, residues, etc.

1042.10) 0

Number of producers who  used alternate materials based on REI, PHI, residues, etc.

1041 - Pesticide Safety – Plant Pests
1041.1) 0

Number of producers who plan to complete the Kentucky Pesticide Applicator Training

1041.2) 0

Number of producers who  successfully completed Kentucky Pesticide Applicator Training

1041.3) 0

Number of producers who plan to train workers in worker protection standards (WPS)

1041.4) 0

Number of producers who trained workers in worker protection standards (WPS)

1041.5) 0

Number of producers who plan on making changes to their farm’s  chemical handling, storage and disposal practices

1041.6) 0

Number of producers who  changed aspects of their farm’s chemical handling, storage, and disposal practices

1041.7) 0

Number of producers with plans to communicate with neighbors around their farm about pesticide sensitive areas

1041.8) 0

Number of producers who  communicated with neighbors/users of pesticide-sensitive areas around their farm

1041.9) 0

Number of producers who plan to improve spray application record-keeping (including the posting of signage) as a result of participating in this program

1041.10) 0

Number of producers who  improved spray application record keeping, including posting signage

ANR Commercial Horticulture

1054 - Farmer's Markets
1054.1) 150

Number of participants gaining access to Extension programming at local farmer’s markets

1053 - Commercial Horticulture - Crop Marketing
1053.1) 0

Number of producers who plan to utilize a new method to advertise products as a result of what they learned from Extension

1053.2) 0

Number of producers who utilized a new method to advertise products

1053.3) 0

Number of producers who plan to utilize resources provided by Extension for marketing products

1053.4) 0

Number of producers who actually utilized resources provided by Extension for marketing products

1053.5) 0

Number of producers who plan to explore selling products in other types of markets currently not employed

1053.6) 0

Number of producers who are selling products in other types of markets not currently employed

1053.7) 0

Number of producers who plan to use Facebook, Twitter and other social media to market their business

1053.8) 0

Number of producers who used Facebook, Twitter and other social media to market their business

1052 - Commercial Horticulture - Landscape Ecosystems
1052.1) 0

Number of individuals reporting a high or very high increase in knowledge (of planting, maintenance, pruning, site analysis) after participating in the program

1052.2) 0

Number of consumers who implemented proper pruning techniques and/or plant maintenance practices after participating in the program

1052.3) 0

Number of nursery landscapers, arborists, etc.  who implemented proper pruning techniques and/or plant maintenance practices after participating in the program

1052.4) 0

Number of consumers noticing a reduction in heating and/or cooling bills due to strategically planted trees/landscape

1052.5) 0

Number of consumers noticing noise reduction as a result of strategically planting trees/landscape

1052.6) 0

Number of nursery landscapers, arborists, etc. that reported a more profitable business as a result of planting in appropriate sites (as suggested by Extension)

1051 - Commercial Horticulture
1051.1) 0

Number of participants engaged in commercial horticulture programming

ANR Agriculture Sustainability

1061 - Sustainable Agriculture
1061.1) 5

Number of those indicating an increased awareness of sustainable agriculture practices

1061.2) 2

Number of producers that implemented sustainable practices as a result of participating in Extension programs

ANR Crop Production Systems

1074 - Soils
1074.1) 2

Number of producers who incorporated best practices recommended by Extension

1073 - Tobacco
1073.1) 0

Number of producers completing GAP training 

1073.2) 0

Number of producers adopting practices that improve profitability 

1073.3) 0

Number of producers utilizing tobacco varieties with appropriate disease resistance for their farm

1073.4) 0

Number of producers who used UK diagnostic services to identify insects, disease and/or weeds in tobacco

1073.5) 0

Number of producers who adopted one or more UK fertility management recommendations for tobacco

1073.6) 0

Number of producers who utilized UK soil testing services for tobacco

1073.7) 0

Number of producers who implemented on-farm trials for tobacco

1073.8) 0

Number of producers adopting tobacco production practices that improve environmental/water quality 

1072 - Forages
1072.1) 2

Number of producers adopting improved grazing system practices

1072.2) 3

Number of producers adopting practices to improve grazing infrastructure (fences, water)

1072.3) 25

Number of producers testing stored forage

1072.4) 2

Number of producers utilizing ration balancing to improve livestock nutrition

1072.5) 4

Number of producers adopting improved hay storage practices

1072.6) 0

Number of producers adopting haylage/silage for improved forage quality and storage

1072.7) 2

Number of producers adopting improved varieties

1072.8) 3

Number of producers adopting one or more best management practices for optimum forage establishment for pasture or hay

1072.9) 0

Number of producers adopting improved practices to manage endophyte-infected tall fescue

1072.10) 2

Number of producers utilizing improved forage species for pasture or hay

1072.11) 0

Number of producers adopting practices that improve profitability

1072.12) 1

Number of producers utilizing UK diagnostic service for weed ID and control

1072.13) 0

Number of producers utilizing UK diagnostic services for plant disease control and management

1072.14) 0

Number of producers conducting on farm demonstrations or applied research trials

1072.15) 2

Number of producers adopting practices that improve environmental quality

1072.16) 0

Number of producers who reported improved record-keeping practices

1072.17) 0

Number of producers who reported saving money or reducing cost of operation

1071 - Grain Crops
1071.1) 0

Number of producers  who plan to utilize IPM practices for grain crops production as recommended by Extension

1071.2) 0

Number of producers who utilized IPM practices for grain crops production as recommended by Extension

1071.3) 0

Number of producers  planning to adopt the usage of new technology for crop production

1071.4) 0

Number of producers who adopted the usage of new technology for crop production

1071.5) 0

Number of producers who plan to use diagnostic services to identify insects, disease and/or weeds

1071.6) 0

Number of producers who used diagnostic services to identify insects, disease and/or weeds

1071.7) 0

Number of producers who plan to adopt one or more fertility management recommendations

1071.8) 0

Number of producers who adopted one or more fertility management recommendations

1071.9) 0

Number of producers who plan to implement on-farm trials

1071.10) 0

Number of producers who implemented on-farm trials

1071.11) 0

Number of producers adopting grain crop production practices that improve environmental/water quality

ANR Agricultural Economics

1083 - Ag Policy
1083.1) 0

Number of producers reporting an increased knowledge of farm bill programs

1083.2) 0

Number of producers incorporating increase knowledge of farm bill programs in enrollment decisions

1083.3) 0

Number of producers indicating an increased knowledge of economic impacts of environmental policy

1083.4) 0

Number of producers making changes to their operation as a result of increase knowledge of economic impacts of environmental policy

1082 - Ag Marketing
1082.1) 0

Number of producers reporting increased knowledge of insurance products available for risk management

1082.2) 0

Number of producers reporting a reduction in risk level from use of insurance products

1082.3) 0

Number of producers reporting an increase in knowledge of futures and options as a risk management strategy

1082.4) 0

Number of producers reporting a reduction in risk levels from using futures and options as a risk management strategy

1082.5) 0

Number of producers reporting an increase in general marketing knowledge

1082.6) 0

Number of producers incorporating increased marketing knowledge into their operations

1081 - Farm Management
1081.1) 0

Number of producers/landowners willing to make a change to their leasing strategy

1081.2) 0

Number of producers/landowners who better understand land leasing options (including advantages/disadvantages of each)

1081.3) 0

Number of producers who are comfortable using financial principles in their operations

1081.4) 0

Number of producers willing to adopt improved soil health/quality practices to improve profitability due to extension programming efforts

1081.5) 0

Number of producers reporting improved machinery management through Extension programming efforts

1081.6) 0

Number of producers who gained knowledge of farm profitability for their enterprise(s) from Extension programming

1081.7) 0

Number of producers reporting increased profits and/or reduced risk due to farm management strategies learned through Extension programs 

ANR Biotechnology

1091 - ANR Biotechnology
1091.1) 0

Number of individuals who plan to deliberately read labels to distinguish between genetically engineered and non-genetically engineered crops

1091.2) 0

Number of individuals who plan to select crops/foods based on knowledge of biotechnology

1091.3) 0

Number of individuals who plan to inform others about agricultural biotechnology

1091.4) 0

Number of individuals who plan to locate unbiased information on Ag biotechnology

1091.5) 0

Number of individuals who report being more knowledgeable about biotech foods

1091.6) 0

Number of individuals who plan to share information on biotech foods with others

ANR Data Management & Tech

1101 - Data Management & Tech
1101.1) 0

Number of producers incorporating technology to effectively manage their farming operations

ANR Forested Systems

1121 - Forestry Industry Education
1121.1) 0

Number of businesses represented by participants.

1121.2) 0

Number of individuals who will use knowledge gained from this training or program in their daily work activities.

1121.3) 0

Percentage of knowledge gained by attendees from attending workshop or extension program

1121.4) 0

Dollars saved/earned as a result of Extension programming or activity

1122 - Forestry and Natural Resource Professional Education
1122.1) 0

Number of individuals that attended forestry and natural resource professional training

1122.2) 0

Number reporting an increase in knowledge of forest management and silvicultural practices as a result of Extension programming

1122.3) 0

Number of public forests that were positively impacted/practices implemented 

1122.4) 0

Acreage of public forest that were positively impacted/practice implemented

1122.5) 0

Number of private landowners positively impacted /practices implemented

1122.6) 0

Private landowner forest acreage positively impacted/practices implemented

1122.7) 0

Dollars saved/earned on public forests as a result of Extension programming

1122.8) 0

Dollars saved/earned on private forests as a result of Extension programming

1123 - Wildlife Habitat and Damage Management Education
1123.1) 0

Number of people who attended a wildlife program

1123.2) 0

Number of people who increased knowledge of wildlife habitat, management, or damage identification or control

1123.3) 0

Number of people who implemented a practice(s) relating to wildlife habitat, management or damage

1123.4) 0

Number of acres impacted by practices relating to wildlife habitat, management or damage 

1123.5) 0

Number of people who increased their knowledge of invasive species

1123.6) 0

Number of people who believe native wildlife has a value and purpose

1124 - Youth Forestry and Natural Resource Education
1124.1) 0

Number of youth who attended a 4-H forestry/natural resources education programs

1124.2) 0

Number of youth who can identify the forestry/natural resources in their community

1124.3) 0

Number of youth who have gained an understanding of forest/natural resource stewardship.

1124.4) 0

Number of youth who plan to or have completed a 4-H forestry/natural resources education project (ex. county and state fair   projects)

1124.5) 0

Number of youth who have engaged in a community project related to forestry/natural resource improvement or conservation

1124.6) 0

Number of youth who have shared information about their community’s forests/natural resources (ex. citizen science – Adopt A Tree/Feeder Watch)

1125 - Logging Training and Professional Education
1125.1) 0
Number of loggers receiving education and training

1125.2) 0
Number of logging businesses represented/impacted

1125.3) 0

Number of individuals that increased their understanding of logging requirements

1125.4) 0

Number of loggers reporting an increase in knowledge base of laws and regulations

1125.5) 0

Number of those with increased knowledge associated with safe logging practice

1125.6) 0

Number of those with increased knowledge of best management practices

1125.7) 0

Forest acreage positively impacted through Extension programming

1125.8) 0

Number of streams afforded protection as a result of Extension programming

1125.9) 0

Number of landowners positively impacted by attendee

1125.10) 0

Dollars/Revenue provided to landowners annually

1125.11) 0

Total economic contribution from loggers participating in the program

1126 - Woodland Education
1126.1) 0

Number of individuals that attended woodland education programs

1126.2) 0

Number of woodland acres owned by woodland education program attendees

1126.3) 0

Number of individuals that increased their understanding of the importance of healthy and productive woodland

1126.4) 0

Number of individuals indicating the woodland education program(s) helped them with their woodland

1126.5) 0

Number of individuals that planned or implemented one or more woodland management practices

1126.6) 0

Number of individuals with a management plan and those that plan to get one

1126.7) 0

Number of individuals that planned or worked with a natural resource professional

1126.8) 0

Number of individuals that planned or encouraged others to implement woodland management practices

ANR KSU Small Farm Program

1131 - KSU Small Farm Program
1131.1) 0

Number of producers participating in KSU small farm programming

1131.2) 0

Number of producers who reported putting into practice what they learned as a result of participating in KSU small farm programs

FCS Empowering Community Leaders

2002 - Champion Food Volunteers
2002.1) 0

Number of volunteers whose personal and interpersonal leadership knowledge and skills improved

2002.2) 0

Number of volunteers who practice personal and interpersonal leadership skills in clubs, schools and community outreach

2002.3) 0

Number of volunteers addressing community problems by assessing needs, developing programs and/or implementing solutions

2002.4) 0

Number of hours volunteers spent training others on behalf of Extension

2002.5) 0

Number of youth reached by volunteer-led Extension programs/activities

2002.6) 0

Number of adults reached by volunteer-led Extension programs/activities

2002.7) 0

Number of individuals reached by volunteer-led programs/activities who reported planning to improve at least one behavior related to subjects taught (kitchen readiness, food safety, addition of fruits and vegetables into the diet, movement of the body that leads to better physical fitness)

2005 - Empowering Community Leaders (general)
2005.1) 136

Number of individuals reporting improved knowledge, opinions, skills, and/or aspirations (personal and interpersonal leadership, organizational leadership, community leadership, public policy/governmental process, etc.)

2005.2) 132

Number of individuals who practice personal and interpersonal leadership skills in clubs, schools and community outreach

2005.3) 37

Number of individuals who use communication, problem solving or group process skills to address organizational issues and need

2005.4) 37

Number of individuals addressing community problems by assessing community needs, developing and implementing solutions

2005.5) 41

Number of Extension empowered individuals engaged in existing coalitions or organizations to address a significant community issue

2005.6) 2

Number of Extension empowered individuals organizing new coalitions or organizations to address a significant community issue

2005.7) 0

Number of community problems resolved through actively engaged local leaders

2004 - Kentucky Extension Homemaker Association
2004.1) 68

Number of volunteers who practice personal and interpersonal leadership skills in clubs, schools and community outreach

2004.2) 5

Number of Extension programs/activities conducted by Extension Homemaker members

2004.3) 2

Number of KEHA members who worked with youth on behalf of Extension

2004.4) 0

Number of hours KEHA members volunteered with Extension youth development work

2004.5) 181

Number of hours KEHA members volunteered for Extension activities/events

2004.6) 639

Number of hours KEHA members volunteered in community service (non-Extension) activities/events

2003 - Master Clothing Volunteer
2003.1) 0

Number of volunteers whose personal and interpersonal leadership knowledge and skills improved through the MCV program

2003.2) 0

Number of volunteers who practice personal and interpersonal leadership skills in clubs, schools and community outreach

2003.3) 0

Number of volunteers addressing community issues by assessing needs, developing programs and/or implementing solutions

2003.4) 0

Number of Extension programs/activities conducted by volunteers

2003.5) 0

Number of hours volunteers spent training others on behalf of Extension

2003.6) 0

Number of youth reached through volunteers conducting Extension programs and/or activities

2003.7) 1

Number of adults reached through volunteers conducting Extension programs and/or activities

2003.8) 0

Number of individuals reached by volunteer-led programs/activities who demonstrated one or more newly acquired skill

2001 - Kentucky Extension Leadership Development (KELD): Developing Core Leadership Skills
2001.1) 0

Number of individuals reporting improved personal and interpersonal leadership knowledge 

2001.2) 0

Number of individuals reporting improved personal and interpersonal leadership skills (such as increased confidence as a leader, more effective interaction with diverse learning styles and culture, mastering the art of influencing others, improved public speaking)

2001.3) 0

Number of people who demonstrate personal and interpersonal leadership skills in clubs, schools and community outreach (including motivational techniques, storytelling, effective communication, followership, conflict resolution)

2001.4) 0

Number of hours volunteered to Extension activities and events by individuals who developed core leadership skills through the KELD program

2001.5) 0

Number of hours volunteered to community (non-Extension) activities and events by individuals who developed core leadership skills through the KELD program

2001.6) 0

Number of youth reached by volunteer-led Extension programs/activities

2001.7) 0

Number of adults reached by volunteer-led Extension programs/activities

FCS Embracing Life as We Age

2015 - Embracing Life as We Age (general)
2015.1) 34

Number of participants reporting improved knowledge, opinions, skills or aspirations regarding healthy aging, independent aging, and quality aging  

2015.2) 13

Number of participants reporting behavior changes related to healthy, independent or quality aging (such as decreasing the risk of falling; increasing communication and enhancing relationships; enhancing brain activity; improving mental health; making healthy eating choices; engaging a family unit to embrace aging issues)

2014 - Traditions
2014.1) 0

Number of participants whose knowledge improved regarding characteristics of strong families

2014.2) 0

Number of participants whose knowledge improved regarding the importance of family traditions

2014.3) 0

Number of participants whose knowledge improved regarding a connection between strong families and traditions

2014.4) 0

Number of participants who reported intent to maintain a family tradition or create a new one

2014.5) 0

Number of participants who maintained a family tradition in the months following the program

2014.6) 0

Number of participants who created a new family tradition in the months following the program

2013 - Know the 10 Signs
2013.1) 0

Number of participants whose knowledge about the risk factors of Alzheimer’s disease improved

2013.2) 0

Number of participants whose knowledge increased regarding the benefits of early diagnosis

2013.3) 0

Number of participants whose knowledge increased regarding what to do if they notice some of the risk factors for Alzheimer’s disease

2013.4) 0

Number of participants who practice healthy behavior (such as physical activity, healthy diet, stress management, sleep, mental exercise, meaningful social engagement)

2013.5) 0

Number of participants who feel confident in managing their current situation (such as talking about what is happening, calling a health care professional, following up with resources)

2012 - Stand Up to Falling
2012.1) 0

Number of participants who improved fall prevention knowledge and skills to help reduce the risk of falling

2012.2) 0

Number of participants reporting intent to implement one or more strategies to reduce the risk of falling (such as protecting vision, reviewing medications, increase physical activity, necessary home modifications)

2012.3) 0

Number of participants who took action to protect their vision to reduce the risk of falling

2012.4) 0

Number of participants who took action to reduce their risk of falling at home through home modification

2012.5) 0

Number of participants who reviewed their medications with a health care professional to reduce the risk of falling

2012.6) 0

Number of participants who increased physical activity to reduce the risk of falling

2011 - Keys to Embracing Aging
2011.1) 60

Number of participants reporting improved knowledge regarding life span behavior and decisions that affect health and well-being (such as enhanced knowledge of: positive attitude, smart and healthy eating, physical activity, mental activity, social activity, tuning-in to the times, safety, health numbers, stress management, financial management sleep, and taking personal time)

2011.2) 60

Number of participants reporting improved life style behavior skills

2011.3) 28

Number of participants who demonstrate healthy lifestyles and behaviors 

FCS Making Healthy Lifestyle Choices

2027 - Making Healthy Lifestyle Choices (general)
2027.1) 583

Number of people reporting improved lifestyles through a focus on proper nutrition, disease and injury reduction and comprehensive health maintenance

2027.2) 4

Number of healthy lifestyle-related coalitions in which Extension is involved

2027.3) 61

Number of people that reported eating more of healthy foods

2027.4) 61

Number of individuals who made lifestyle changes (diet, exercise, managing stressors, etc.) for the purpose of improving their health

2027.5) 270

Number of individuals implementing personal health protection practices (screening, immunizations, well-baby care, preventive health practices, etc.)

2027.6) 0

Total weight (in pounds) lost by program participants

2027.7) 0

Total miles walked by program participants

2026 - Family Mealtime (Curriculum)
2026.1) 0

Number of individuals and families who reported an increase in knowledge related to the benefits of family mealtime

2026.2) 0

Number of individuals and families who reported having family meals on three or more nights of the week

2026.3) 0

Number of individuals and families who reported making healthier choices or choosing more nutrient dense choices as a result of having family meals

2026.4) 0

Number of people who increased the total number of vegetables in their diet

2026.5) 0

Number of people who increased the number of dark green leafy, red and yellow/orange, and beans and peas in their diet

2026.6) 0

Number of people who increased access to vegetables through Farmers Markets, farm-to-institution and community supported agriculture programs

2026.7) 0

Number who increased their intake of seafood

2025 - Taking Ownership of Your Diabetes Program (Curriculum)
2025.1) 2

Number of individuals who lost 5 to 7 percent of body weight

2025.2) 5

Number of people who took part in physical activity for 30 or more minutes on five or more days of the week (may be completed by a minimum of three 10 minute sessions of physical activity)

2025.3) 131

Number of people seen by a health professional as a means of managing their diabetes one or more times during the year

2025.4) 131

Number of people who checked their blood glucose 1 or more times per day

2025.5) 131

Number of people who had their A1C checked in the past year

2025.6) 5

Number of people who  utilized a diabetes meal plan (Think your plate/Plate Method, Carbohydrate Counting, glycemic index)

2025.7) 5

Number of people who implemented at least 3 healthy eating practices to help address their diabetes as a result of the program

2025.8) 54

Number of people who had a foot exam in the last year

2025.9) 21

Number of people who set and accomplished at least one goal they set for themselves in the last month

2024 - Making Healthy Lifestyle Choices (Curriculum)
2024.1) 0

Number of individuals who reported increase in knowledge related to eating more healthy foods (such as fruits & vegetables; whole grains, fat free or low-fat milk products; seafood twice a week) that improve personal health

2024.2) 0

Number of individuals who reported eating more foods for the purpose of improving their health

2024.3) 0

Number of individuals who reported an increase in knowledge related to eating less of foods/food components which are commonly eaten in excess (sodium, saturated fats, trans fat, cholesterol, SoFAS, refined grains)

2024.4) 0

Number of individuals who reported eating less of foods/food components which are commonly eaten in excess (sodium, saturated fats, trans fat, cholesterol, SoFAS, refined grains)

2024.5) 0

Total weight (in pounds) lost by program participants

2023 - Weight the Reality Series
2023.1) 0

Number of individuals who experienced an increase in knowledge, opinions, skills, or aspirations regarding lifestyle changes (diet, exercise, etc.) that improve personal health

2023.2) 0

Number of individuals who made lifestyle changes (diet, exercise, etc.) for the purpose of improving their health

2023.3) 0

Number of youth and adults who demonstrate informed and effective decision-making

2023.4) 0

Number of those who reported eating more healthy foods

2023.5) 0

Number of individuals who reported improving at least one behavior related to subjects taught (food preparation, addition of fruits and vegetables into the diet, movement of the body that leads to better physical fitness, and reducing the risk of chronic disease)

2023.6) 0

Number of those that reported utilizing delivery systems/access points (e.g., farmer’s markets, CSA’s, WIC, Food Pantry) that offer healthy foods

2022 - Truth and Consequences: The Choice is Yours
2022.1) 0

Number of parents that have gained awareness of the problem and impacts of substance abuse in the community as a result of Extension efforts

2022.2) 0

Number of parents that have gained knowledge of the resources that are available for substance abuse in the community as a result of Extension programming.

2022.3) 0

Number of community partners that have gained awareness of the problem and impacts of substance abuse in the community as a result of Extension efforts

2022.4) 0

Number of community partners that have gained knowledge of the resources that are available for substance abuse in the community as a result of Extension programming

2022.5) 0

Number of students indicating that they developed a better understanding of the consequences of substance abuse (legal, health, emotional, and financial)

2022.6) 0

Number of students indicating that they developed a better understanding of the risk and harm of substance abuse

2022.7) 0

Number of students indicating that they developed a better understanding of where to access help in the community for a substance abuse issue

2022.8) 0

Number of community partners/agencies involved in the Truth and Consequences: The Choice is Yours Program

2022.9) 0

Number of total volunteer hours completed through the Truth and Consequences: The Choice is Yours Program

2022.10) 0

Number of students that completed the Truth and Consequences: The Choice is Yours Program

2022.11) 0

Number of additional substance abuse education and/or prevention activities that occurred as a result of the Truth and Consequences: The Choice is Yours Program

2022.12) 0

Number of community partners that have adopted/enforced substance abuse prevention policies

2022.13) 0

Number of students who know peers that are no longer engaging in substance abuse as a result of what they learned from the program

2021 - Get Moving Kentucky (Physical Activity Based Programs)
2021.1) 0

Number of those who reported knowledge gained about the benefits of spending time in physical activity 

2021.2) 0

Number of people who demonstrated spending time in physical activity 

2021.3) 0

Number of environmental changes implemented to support physical activity guidelines in the county (e.g., walking trails opened, equipment purchased and installed, bike paths built) 

2021.4) 0

Number of individuals who experienced an increase in knowledge, opinions, skills, or aspirations regarding lifestyle changes (diet, stress management, etc.) that improve personal health

2021.5) 0

Number of individuals reporting adoption of physical activity practices

FCS Nurturing Families

2037 - Nurturing Families (general)
2037.1) 218

Number of individuals (parents or caregivers) reporting improved personal skills (such as increased personal strengths, interpersonal communication and life skills to strengthen families)  

2037.2) 18

Number of individuals demonstrating nurturing attitudes and behaviors by caring for the health and well-being of individuals throughout the lifespan.  

2037.3) 18

Number of individuals reporting behaviors that foster the optimal development of children and  youth

2037.4) 18

Number of parents and/or caregivers who practice one or more parental leadership skills (such as parental empathy, proper ways of establishing family rules, and concrete support their child to develop a sense of positive self-worth)

2037.5) 2

Number of individuals actively engaged in collaborations and programs that build community capacity to nurture families

2036 - Relationship Smart Plus 3.0
2036.1) 0

Number of youth reporting improved personal knowledge (such as enhanced knowledge of making and maintaining healthy relationships, ‘red flags’ of unhealthy and abusive relationships, boundary setting, respect and how to handle break-up and moving forward)

2036.2) 0

Number of youth reporting improved personal skills for handling the early chemistry of attraction and choosing romantic partners and friends wisely; enhanced decision-making skills for pressure interpersonal situations; improve language skills for talking about attractions, emotions, healthy relationships and love

2036.3) 0

Number of youth who talk about and practice healthy relationship skills after each program session

2036.4) 0

Number of youth who reported at the end of the program’s sessions practicing at least one behavior related to subjects taught 

2035 - Home is Where the Health Is
2035.1) 0

Number of individuals (parents or caregivers) reporting improved personal knowledge and skills (of healthy eating habits and positive discipline techniques for children)

2035.2) 0

Number of individuals (parents or caregivers) who practice new and active ways to help their children achieve or maintain a healthy weight as well as ways to have fun with them 

2035.3) 0

Number of individuals who reported always or regularly practicing at least one behavior related to subjects taught (fix nutritious after-school snacks; play actively with children indoors or outdoors; include fruits and vegetables in meals each day; set and enforce clear and simple rules 

2035.4) 0

Number of families who reported eating 5 or more meals together in the week (prior to follow up survey completion)

2035.5) 0

Number of families fostering the optimal development of children 

2034 - Grandparents and Grandchildren Together
2034.1) 0

Number of individuals (grandparent or relative) reporting improved personal knowledge (such as enhanced knowledge of the various roles and levels of responsibility that grandparents and relatives play within their families; knowledge of a child’s developmental levels and developmentally appropriate playthings or activities)

2034.2) 0

Number of individuals (grandparent or relative) reporting improved personal skills (such as effective strategies for raising a grandchild or a relative) 

2034.3) 0

Number of individuals (grandparents or relatives raising a child) who sought support from local community organizations and/or its individual members

2034.4) 0

Number of individuals who extended any type of support to another grandparent or relative raising a child

2034.5) 0

Number of individuals who accessed community resources to find assistance when needed

2033 - Blue To You
2033.1) 0

Number of youth and adults reporting improved personal knowledge (such as enhanced knowledge of depression signs, symptoms, causes, and treatments, and stress management) of how to help/support a family member with depression 

2033.2) 0

Number of individuals (youth and adults) reporting improved personal skills (such as increased effective strategies for choosing the right treatment) to relieve depressive symptoms

2033.3) 0

Number of individuals (youth and adults) who reported practicing behaviors related to subjects taught to manage and improve their depression or that of their family member (find specialized assistance or support, engage in healthy physical activities)

2033.4) 0

Number of individuals who accessed community resources to find assistance for depression when needed

2033.5) 0

Number of families who take care for the mental health and well-being of each individual over a long period 

2032 - Keys to Great Parenting
2032.1) 9

Number of individuals (parents or caregivers) reporting improved personal knowledge (such as enhanced knowledge of child’s developmental levels relative to averages, developmentally appropriate activities for different ages, health habits for themselves and their children)

2032.2) 0

Number of individuals (parents or caregivers) reporting improved personal skills that stimulate children’s optimum development (such as communication and literacy skills; healthy eating practices; conflict management techniques)

2032.3) 0

Number of people (parents or caregivers) who reported using child-rearing skills and parental self-care (such as developmentally appropriate activities for their children and practicing parenting skills and conflict management techniques to strengthen and sustain family relationships) 

2032.4) 0

Number of parents and/or caregivers fostering the optimal development of children and tweens (6 months following the program)

2032.5) 0

Number of parents and/or caregivers who accessed agencies or community resources when needed

2031 - Nurturing Parenting
2031.1) 0

Number of individuals (parents or caregivers) reporting improved personal knowledge (such as enhanced knowledge of realistic behavior expectations and positive discipline techniques for children, healthy ways to promote children’s success in schools, and greater understanding of a child’s growth and development)

2031.2) 0

Number of individuals (parents or caregivers) reporting improved personal skills (such as increased discipline and communication skills, effective strategies for helping children manage their behavior and building self-worth and personal power)

2031.3) 0

Number of people (families) who reported using preventive and positive discipline techniques in response to child’s misbehavior, and setting and enforcing logical consequences for children’s behaviors

2031.4) 0

Number of parents and/or caregivers who practice parental leadership skills such as parental empathy, proper ways of establishing family rules, and concrete support of their child to develop a sense of positive self-worth

2031.5) 0

Number of parents and/or caregivers who accessed community resources when needed

2031.6) 0

Number of individuals (parents and caregivers) reporting improved personal growth

2031.7) 0

Number of individuals (parents and caregivers) reporting improved personal knowledge (such as developmental stages of a child, techniques to encourage positive development, positive discipline techniques for children, healthy ways to promote children’s success in schools, and signs of abuse and neglect)

2031.8) 0

Number of individuals (parents and caregivers) reporting improved personal skills (such as skills to prepare child for life; use positive discipline techniques; use of empathy, concrete support and proper family rules; effective self-care techniques)

2031.9) 0

Number of people (families) who reported using preventative and positive discipline techniques in response to child’s misbehavior, and setting and enforcing logical consequences for children’s behaviors

2031.10) 0

Number of parents and/or caregivers who practice effective parenting skills, such as parental empathy, proper ways of establishing family rules, and concrete support to their child, to develop a sense of self-worth

2031.11) 0

Number of parents and/or caregivers who accessed community resources when needed

FCS Promoting Healthy Homes & Communities

2046 - Promoting Healthy Homes and Communities (general)
2046.1) 394

Number of individuals reporting improved knowledge, opinions, skills, and/or aspirations in understanding: disaster preparedness, pest management, going green, energy conservation, solid waste management, water conservation, home safety or built environment

2046.2) 258

Number of individuals who identified one or more practices to improve  disaster preparedness, pest management, going green, etc. 

2046.3) 54

Number of individuals who implemented one or more practices to improve:  disaster preparedness, pest management, going green, etc.

2046.4) 84

Number of individuals who assessed the cost savings and/or benefits associated with newly adopted practices 

2046.5) 54

Number of individuals self-reporting reduced costs associated with newly adopted practices 

2046.6) 196

Number of people engaged in community strategies to improve the built and natural environment to increase active and healthy lifestyles    

2045 - Environmental Sustainability & Responsibility
2045.1) 11

Number of individuals reporting improved knowledge regarding environmental sustainability and responsibility (such as what “green” means; how daily choices impact environment; 3 R’s of waste management; proper disposal of hazardous waste; the importance of conserving water; indoor and outdoor water conservation practices; emergency water conservation practices)

2045.2) 11

Number of individuals reporting intent to implement one or more new or additional strategies to promote environmental sustainability 

2045.3) 2

Number of individuals who implemented one or more new or additional water conservation practices (in the home, in landscape or garden)

2045.4) 3

Number of individuals who implemented one or more new or additional strategies to promote environmental sustainability (such as reduce waste, eat responsibly, act locally, reduce consumption, recycle, reuse, and properly dispose of hazardous waste)

2045.5) 3

Number of individuals reporting an increase in recycled or reused household waste

2044 - Home Energy Management
2044.1) 0

Number of individuals reporting improved knowledge regarding energy conservation (such as the importance of energy conservation; energy saving practices, e.g. with natural lighting, home décor, landscaping; benefits of home energy efficiency; multiple costs of energy consuming products)

2044.2) 0

Number of individuals reporting intent to implement one or more energy conservation practices (such as home practices, on the road, relating to appliances, water conservation, home energy usage assessment)

2044.3) 0

Number of individuals who assessed home energy usage (such as completing the home energy self-assessment, or evaluated home for phantom energy use)

2044.4) 0

Number of individuals who implemented one or more energy conservation strategies (at home, on the road, in appliances, water conservation)   

2044.5) 0

Number of people who changed home décor or landscaping to improve energy conservation

2044.6) 0

Number of individuals self-reporting reduced energy costs associated with newly adopted practices to achieve a more energy efficient home

2043 - Disaster Preparedness
2043.1) 8

Number of individuals reporting improved knowledge regarding disaster preparedness (such as emergency kit contents; daily water needs for survival; evacuation and sheltering in place plans)

2043.2) 8

Number of individuals reporting intent to implement one or more disaster preparedness strategy  

2043.3) 0

Number of individuals who made a family disaster kit

2043.4) 1

Number of individuals who made a family disaster plan

2043.5) 0

Number of individuals who became involved in an existing local disaster preparedness program

2043.6) 0

Number of individuals who led the development of a local disaster preparedness program

2042 - Bedrooms, Bathrooms & Beyond: Home Accessibility
2042.1) 0

Number of individuals reporting improved knowledge regarding home accessibility features and/or assistive technology

2042.2) 0

Number of individuals reporting intent to implement one or more home accessibility feature

2042.3) 0

Number of individuals reporting intent to implement one or more assistive technology

2042.4) 0

Number of individuals who made changes in the home to make it more accessible

2042.5) 0

Number of individuals who reported implementing at least one assistive technology

2042.6) 0

Number of individuals self-reporting safety benefits associated with newly adopted practices to achieve a healthier home

2041 - Help Yourself to a Healthy Home Series
2041.1) 0

Number of individuals reporting improved knowledge regarding healthy homes (such as indoor contaminants or household chemicals, effects of moisture, potential home safety hazards, indoor pollutants and combustion contaminants)

2041.2) 0

Number of individuals reporting intent to adopt at least one practice to achieve a more healthy home (such as examine home for contaminants and harsh chemicals, evaluate moisture risk, conduct a home safety quiz/audit, evaluate home ventilation)

2041.3) 0

Number of individuals who developed an action plan to ensure a healthier home

2041.4) 0

Number of people who reported implementing at least one practice to achieve a healthier home

2041.5) 0

Number of individuals self-reporting health benefits associated with newly adopted practices to achieve a healthier home

FCS Securing Financial Stability

2056 - Securing Financial Stability (general)
2056.1) 14

Number of those who gained knowledge related to financial management

2056.2) 14

Number of individuals who gained knowledge on how to manage/address current economic events facing myself (as an individual), my family, business or farming operation

2056.3) 0

Number of those who reported being better able to recognize employment opportunities in today’s workforce

2056.4) 14

Number of individuals who made a sound financial decision (regarding credit, budgeting, savings, and debt)

2056.5) 0

Number of those who have successfully completed financial management and/or career readiness programs that will help me set future goals

2056.6) 0

Number who reported increased or maintaining savings or a long term investment/financial plan

2056.7) 13

Number of those who made informed financial decisions regarding their business/farming operation

2056.8) 13

Number of individuals who implemented strategies to avoid breaches in personal or financial security

2056.9) 0

Number of those reporting that their county/community has enhanced its local economic base by creating new or improving existing small businesses

2056.10) 0

Number of individuals who reported that their county/community has implemented strategies to promote vibrant downtowns

2056.11) 0

Number of those reporting that their county/community has become more successful at diversifying its economic base including manufacturing, healthcare, agriculture, and the service sector

2055 - Managing in Tough Times
2055.1) 0

Number of individuals reporting increased levels of understanding in the area: how to manage/address current economic events facing the family, farming operation, or business

2055.2) 0

Number of individuals reporting increased levels of understanding in the area: identifying money management cost-saving strategy for the family, farming operation, or business

2055.3) 0

Number of individuals reporting increased levels of understanding in the area: confidence in handling money issues or specific financial matters

2055.4) 0

Number of individuals who created at least one specific saving or wealth related goal for family, farming operation, or business

2055.5) 0

Number of individuals who took action toward implementing at least one financial management strategy in regard to the subject matter presented

2055.6) 0

Number of individuals who implemented at least one strategy to reduce expenses or manage money

2054 - Real Skills for Everyday Life
2054.1) 0

Number of individuals reporting improved knowledge (such as knowledge of ways to reduce expenses; cut spending; and save for emergencies)

2054.2) 0

Number of people who increase their knowledge of ways to balance income and expenses

2054.3) 0

Number of people who have improved their skills to feel more in control of their money

2054.4) 0

Number of individuals who practice setting goals for the use of their money

2054.5) 0

Number of individuals who identify their needs and wants and secure needs first

2054.6) 0

Number of individuals who identify resources to help with their budget

2054.7) 0

Number of individuals who demonstrate skill in listing their expenses and income and totaling each

2053 - Money Habitudes
2053.1) 0

Number of individuals reporting increased levels of understanding in the area: learning how habits and attitudes trigger spending

2053.2) 0

Number of individuals reporting increased levels of understanding in the area: how to manage money to reach financial goals

2053.3) 0

Number of individuals reporting increased levels of understanding in the area: confidence in handling money issues or specific financial matters

2053.4) 0

Number of individuals reporting the intent to adjust at least spending habit toward financial stability

2053.5) 0

Number of individuals who reported the intent to be more aware of how money affects relationships

2053.6) 0

Number of individuals who implemented at least one strategy to reduce expenses or manage money 

2052 - Estate Planning
2052.1) 0

Number of individuals who reported increased levels of understanding in the area: learned how to manage/address current estate planning issues facing the family, farming operation, or business

2052.2) 0

Number of individuals who reported increased levels of understanding in the area: identifying estate planning strategies for the family, farming operation, or business

2052.3) 0

Number of individuals who reported increased levels of understanding in the area: confidence in handling estate planning or specific financial matters

2052.4) 0

Number of individuals who created at least one specific estate planning goal for the family, farming operation, or business

2052.5) 0

Number of individuals who took action toward implementing at least one estate planning strategy in regard to the subject matter presented

2052.6) 0

Number of individuals who implemented at least one strategy in regard to estate planning

2051 - Small Steps to Health & Wealth
2051.1) 0

Number of individuals reporting increased levels of understanding in the area: how to track eating habits

2051.2) 0

Number of individuals reporting increased levels of understanding in the area: the relationship between health and finances

2051.3) 0

Number of individuals reporting increased levels of understanding in the area: how to track spending habits

2051.4) 0

Number of individuals who created at least one specific health goal

2051.5) 0

Number of individuals who created at least one specific wealth goal

2051.6) 0

Number of individuals who implemented at least one health and one financial behavior change strategy 

2051.7) 0

Total cups of fruits and vegetables consumed by participants

2051.8) 0

Total hours of exercise reported by participants

2051.9) 0

Total number of sugar-sweetened beverages participants replaced with water

2051.10) 0

Total miles participants reported walking

2051.11) 0

Total dollars participants accumulated by saving loose change

2051.12) 0

Total dollars participants applied toward investments, debt reduction, or an emergency fund

2051.13) 0

Number of participants who reported tracking daily expenditures

2051.14) 0

Total lunches participants reported preparing at home as opposed to eating out

2051.15) 0

Number of participants who reported learning something new about health and/or physical activity

2051.16) 0

Number of participants who reported learning something new about personal finance

FCS Accessing Nutritious Foods

2066 - Accessing Nutritious Foods (general)
2066.1) 12

Number individuals reporting that their family supplemented their diets with healthy foods that they produced or preserved

2066.2) 664

Number of individuals who reported eating more healthy foods

2066.3) 370

Number of individuals reporting that they utilized delivery systems/access points (e.g. farmer’s markets, CSA’s WIC, Food Pantry) that offer healthy foods

2066.4) 1

Number of farmers markets accepting EBT cards

2066.5) 1

Dollars in EBT, WIC or Senior benefits redeemed at farmers markets

2066.6) 9

Number of  families who grew a garden this year

2066.7) 3

Number of first time growers or those who haven’t grown in five or more years

2066.8) 1

Number of restaurants/other institutions utilizing local foods as a result of Extension programming

2065 - Food Preparation
2065.1) 24

Number of individuals reporting improved knowledge, opinions, skills, or aspirations regarding the safe storage, handling, and preparation of food

2065.2) 24

Number of individuals who demonstrated safe handling and preparation of food

2065.3) 3

Number of individuals who report intention to cook more

2065.4) 3

Number of individuals who report preparing more healthy home cooked meals

2063 - Youth Fruit & Vegetable Access
2063.1) 0

Number of children grades K-2 who could identify vegetables

2063.2) 0

Number of children grades K-2 who could identify fruits

2063.3) 0

Number of children grades 3-5 who report eating vegetables

2063.4) 0

Number of children grades 3-5 who report eating fruit

2063.5) 0

Number of children grades 3-5 who report intention to ask their family to buy their favorite fruit or vegetables

2063.6) 0

Number of children grades 3-5 who report the intent to ask their family to keep fruits in a place where they can reach them

2063.7) 0

Number of children grades 3-5 who report intention to ask their family to keep cut-up vegetables in a place where they can reach them

2062 - Food Preservation
2062.1) 235

Number of families/caregivers reporting supplementing their diets with healthy foods that they preserved (utilizing community or backyard gardens, fishing, hunting, farmers markets)

2062.2) 51

Number of food preservation program participants reporting increased food preservation knowledge or skills (such as safe preservation techniques for canning, freezing and dehydration; identifying food spoilage; use of proper tools, etc.) 

2062.3) 46

Number of food preservation program participants who correctly demonstrated recommended food preservation practices (canning, freezing or dehydration)

2062.4) 92

Number pints of fruits, vegetables or fruit/vegetable products (pickles, jams, jellies, sauces) canned through water bath canning

2062.5) 92

Number pints of vegetables, soups, meats, or other value-added products canned through pressure canning

2062.6) 92

Number pints of fruits or vegetables frozen

2062.7) 92

Number pints of fruits or vegetables food dried

2061 - Plate It Up! Kentucky Proud
2061.1) 32

Number of individuals more likely to buy a Kentucky fruit or vegetable as a result of tasting a Plate It Up! Kentucky Proud recipe sample

2061.2) 32

Number of individuals more likely to buy a Kentucky fruit or vegetable as a result of receiving a Plate It Up! recipe card

2061.3) 10

Number of individuals who indicated that they purchased the fruits and vegetables featured on the Plate It Up! recipe card

2061.4) 8

Number of individuals who reported an increase in their fruit and/or vegetable consumption 

2061.5) 0

Number of individuals who reported consuming at least 4-6 servings of fruits per day after participating in Plate It Up! Kentucky Proud activities

2061.6) 0

Number of individuals who reported consuming at least 4-6 servings of vegetables per day after participating in Plate It Up! Kentucky Proud activities

2061.7) 2

Number of vendors reporting increased sales at markets where Plate It Up Kentucky Proud recipes are tasted or recipe cards distributed

2061.8) 0

Dollar value of vendor-reported increased sales associated with Plate It Up Kentucky Proud recipes tasted or cards distributed

2064 - Maternal & Infant Nutrition
2064.1) 0

Number of women of childbearing age who express intent to breastfeed

2064.2) 0

Number of women of childbearing age who report breastfeeding their infants for six weeks or more

2064.3) 0

Number of women of childbearing age who access community services to support breastfeeding, such as WIC breast pump services

2064.4) 0

Number of women of childbearing age who reported eating more healthy foods

CED Economic Development

3004 - Economic Development
3004.1) 0

Number of businesses reached through Extension programming

3004.2) 0

Number of businesses implementing economic development plans

3004.3) 0

Number of economic development-related projects/plans created with Extension’s assistance

3003 - First Impressions
3003.1) 0

Number of businesses reached through Extension programming

3003.2) 0

Number of businesses implementing economic development plans

3003.3) 0

Number of economic development-related projects/plans created with Extension’s assistance

3002 - Agritourism Planning
3002.1) 6

Number of businesses reached through Extension programming

3002.2) 0

Number of businesses implementing economic development plans

3002.3) 0

Number of economic development-related projects/plans created with Extension’s assistance

3001 - Business Retention and Expansion
3001.1) 0

Number of businesses reached through Extension programming

3001.2) 0

Number of businesses implementing economic development plans

3001.3) 0

Number of economic development-related projects/plans created with Extension’s assistance

CED Leadership Development

3014 - Facilitation Training
3014.1) 0

Number of people who reported acquiring new facilitation skills

3014.2) 0

Number of people who have become more effective at facilitation as a result of participating in Extension leadership programs

3014.3) 0

Number of people reporting increased confidence in their facilitation abilities

3013 - Conflict Resolution
3013.1) 0

Number of people who have become more effective at managing conflict as a result of participating in Extension programs

3013.2) 0

Number of people reporting increased confidence in their conflict management abilities

3012 - Youth Engagement Leadership Program (YELP)
3012.1) 0

Number of people who reported acquiring new leadership opportunities

3012.2) 0

Number of people who have taken on leadership roles as a result of participating in Extension leadership programs

3012.3) 0

Number of people reporting increased confidence in their leadership abilities

3011 - Kentucky Extension Leadership Development (KELD)
3011.1) 0

Number of people who reported acquiring new leadership opportunities

3011.2) 0

Number of people who have taken on leadership roles as a result of participating in Extension leadership programs

3011.3) 0

Number of people reporting increased confidence in their leadership abilities

3015 - Community Leadership Development
3015.1) 12

Number of those reporting that their knowledge of leadership has been enhanced

3015.2) 8

Number of those with improved leadership skills

3015.3) 8

Number of those reporting more confidence in their leadership skills

3015.4) 5

Number of those currently serving in a leadership role

3015.5) 0

Number of those who now serve as a mentor to others

3015.6) 0

Number of individuals who are comfortable identifying community problems

3015.7) 0

Number of those who are comfortable addressing community issues through local leadership

3015.8) 2

Number of those who take time to recruit and engage people to undertake community projects

3016 - Community Engagement
3016.1) 5

Number of those currently serving in a leadership role

3016.2) 0

Number of those who now serve as a mentor to others

3016.3) 0

Number of individuals who are comfortable identifying community problems

3016.4) 0

Number of those who are comfortable addressing community issues through local leadership

3016.5) 0

Number of those who take time to recruit and engage people to undertake community projects

CED Local Food Systems

3021 - Local Food System Development and Mapping
3021.1) 0

Number of partners engaged through Extension’s efforts

3021.2) 0

Number of restaurants/other institutions utilizing local food as a result of Extension programming

3021.3) 0

Number of food partnerships formed through Extension coalitions

3021.4) 0

Number of Food System Maps created

3021.5) 0

Number of individuals reporting an increase in awareness of local food systems

3021.6) 0

Number of those reporting the ability to confidently engage in community-based discussions on policy changes

3021.7) 0

Number of those who have participated in new activities related to stronger local food systems as a result of local food systems programming

3022 - Rural Grocer Training
3022.1) 0

Number of partners engaged through Extension’s efforts

3022.2) 0

Number of restaurants/other institutions utilizing local food as a result of Extension programming

3022.3) 0

Number of food partnerships formed through Extension coalitions

3022.4) 0

Number of Food System Maps created

CED Arts and Creativity

3031 - Community Design/Creative Placemaking
3031.1) 0

Number of arts/creative placemaking projects completed

3031.2) 0

Number of artisans participating in Extension program

3031.3) 0

Number of artisans who report an increase in income based on what they learned through Extension programs

3031.4) 0

Number of participants involved in community art projects

3031.5) 0

Number of public art installations formed

3031.6) 0

Number of individuals reporting increased knowledge, opinions, skills, and/or aspirations in creative placemaking in their community

3031.7) 0

Number of volunteer hours spent planning and implementing creative placemaking initiatives

3031.8) 0

Number of individuals assuming leadership positions in creative placemaking efforts

3031.9) 0

Number of new programs developed using sound Creative Placemaking strategies

3031.10) 0

Number of inactive spaces transformed into active arts spaces

3032 - E-Commerce for Artisans
3032.1) 0

Number of arts/creative placemaking projects completed

3032.2) 0

Number of artisans participating in Extension program

3032.3) 0

Number of artisans who report an increase in income based on what they learned through Extension programs

3032.4) 0

Number of participants involved in community art projects

3032.5) 0

Number of participants reporting a change in financial and/or marketing knowledge

3032.6) 0

Number of venues available for local artists 

3032.7) 0

Number of business plans developed by local artists through this program

3032.8) 0

Number of artisans participating in an artisan or farmers’ market 

3032.9) 0

Number of dollars earned by participating artists

3032.10) 0

Number of participants reporting increased appreciation for local artisans

3032.11) 0

Number of participants gaining access to Extension programming through local market

3033 - Trail Design
3033.1) 0

Number of arts/creative placemaking projects completed

3033.2) 0

Number of artisans participating in Extension program

3033.3) 0

Number of artisans who report an increase in income based on what they learned through Extension programs

3033.4) 0

Number of participants involved in community art projects

3033.5) 0

Number of trails designed in the community

3033.6) 0

Number of participants in Trail Town Designation process

3033.7) 0

Number of participants in community design charrettes

3033.8) 0

Number of volunteer hours devoted to trail development

3033.9) 0

Number of increased public support initiatives for improvements (zoning, legislation)

3034 - Arts Engagement
3034.1) 0

Number of arts/creative placemaking projects completed

3034.2) 0

Number of artisans participating in Extension program

3034.3) 0

Number of artisans who report an increase in income based on what they learned through Extension programs

3034.4) 0

Number of participants involved in community art projects

3034.5) 0

Number of opportunities for creative expression

3034.6) 0

Number of opportunities for intergenerational creative engagement

3034.7) 0

Number of documented next steps for an individual or community plan inspired by arts engagement projects

3034.8) 0

Number of opportunities to discuss individual perceptions of one’s community through interactive arts activities

3034.9) 0

Number of participants reporting an increase in community pride through participation in Extension arts programming

3034.10) 0

Number of participants reporting an increase in understanding the importance of arts engagement

3034.11) 0

Number of Extension artistic opportunities available for a community to come together

3035 - Breakfast with the Arts
3035.1) 0

Number of student increase in breakfast attendance

3035.2) 0

Number of students gaining performance skills

3035.3) 0

Number increase in dollars received by school for breakfast attendance

3035.4) 0

Number of students involved in programs integrated into other Extension programming

3036 - Artistic Skill Development
3036.1) 0

Number of individuals reporting increased knowledge, opinions, skills, and/or aspirations in the visual arts

3036.2) 0

Number of individuals reporting increased knowledge, opinions, skills, and/or aspirations in theatre arts

3036.3) 0

Number of individuals reporting increased knowledge, opinions, skills, and/or aspirations in the musical arts

3036.4) 0

Number of individuals reporting increased knowledge, opinions, skills, and/or aspirations in dance

3036.5) 0

Number of individuals reporting increased knowledge, opinions, skills, and/or aspirations in literary arts

3036.6) 0

Number of arts Extension programs/activities in skilled arts development conducted by volunteers

3036.7) 0

Number of hours volunteered to Extension arts activities in artistic skill development

3037 - Increasing Access to Quality Arts Experiences
3037.1) 0

Number of teaching artists brought to community through Extension collaborations

3037.2) 0

Number of participants reporting an understanding of quality artistic experiences

3037.3) 0

Number of Extension facilitated arts programming receiving local, state, or national recognition

3037.4) 0

Number of participants engaged in artistic activities that advance critical thinking

3037.5) 0

Number of participants reporting appreciation of artistic accomplishments

3037.6) 0

Number of artists reporting appreciation and/or validation of their artistic accomplishments

3037.7) 0

Number of community members reporting a new artistic experience

3037.8) 0

Number of artists showcasing work (visual, literary, performing) through an Extension sponsored or coordinated event

3037.9) 0

Number of community members engaged in an Extension-sponsored gallery exhibit

3038 - Volunteer Engagement in the Arts
3038.1) 0

Number of individuals reporting increased confidence in artistic community leadership

3038.2) 0

Number of arts Extension programs/activities conducted by volunteers

3038.3) 0

Number of volunteer hours rendered toward Extension arts activities

3038.4) 0

Number of arts Extension volunteers serving on community boards, agencies, and planning commissions

3038.5) 0

Number of new relationships formed between arts and non-arts groups with Extension as the connector

3038.6) 0

Number of artists and arts groups presenting programs through Extension partnerships

3038.7) 0

Number of residents providing community input into arts programming

3038.8) 0

Number of cross-sector partnerships formed on arts initiatives

3038.9) 0

Number of participants in arts activities/events

CED Community Health

3044 - Health Leadership Program
3044.1) 0

Number of new health organizations created as a result of Extension programming

3044.2) 0

Number of  agencies engaged in community health coalitions

3044.3) 0

Number of activities or programs initiated by Extension-sponsored community health coalitions

3044.4) 0

Funding dollars received by community health coalitions

3044.5) 0

Number of people who reported acquiring new leadership opportunities

3044.6) 0

Number of people who have taken on leadership roles as a result of participating in Extension leadership programs

3044.7) 0

Number of people reporting increased confidence in their leadership abilities

3043 - Mobilizing Action through Planning and Partnerships (MAPP)
3043.1) 0

Number of new health organizations created as a result of Extension programming

3043.2) 0

Number of  agencies engaged in community health coalitions

3043.3) 0

Number of activities or programs initiated by Extension-sponsored community health coalitions

3043.4) 0

Funding dollars received by community health coalitions

3042 - Community Health Needs Assessment
3042.1) 0

Number of new health organizations created as a result of Extension programming

3042.2) 0

Number of  agencies engaged in community health coalitions

3042.3) 0

Number of activities or programs initiated by Extension-sponsored community health coalitions

3042.4) 0

Funding dollars received by community health coalitions

3041 - Building Healthy Coalitions
3041.1) 0

Number of new health organizations created as a result of Extension programming

3041.2) 0

Number of  agencies engaged in community health coalitions

3041.3) 0

Number of activities or programs initiated by Extension-sponsored community health coalitions

3041.4) 0

Funding dollars received by community health coalitions

3045 - Arts and Community Health
3045.1) 0

Number of participants reporting an increase in healthy behavior due to Extension arts involvement

3045.2) 0

Number of cross sector community coalitions in which Extension is involved

3045.3) 0

Number of survivors of domestic violence reporting an increase in self-confidence, resiliency, self-sufficiency or healing as a result of Restoring Hope Writing Program

3045.4) 0

Number of participants reporting improved knowledge, opinions, skills or aspiration regarding the effect of arts engagement on healthy aging

3045.5) 0

Number of healthcare providers reporting an increase in collaboration with artists, arts agencies, or artistic incorporation into their practice

CED Strategic Planning

3051 - Community Strategic Planning
3051.1) 0

Number of projects/plans created through Extension’s assistance

3051.2) 0

Number of activities/programs initiated by Extension as a result of the strategic planning process

3051.3) 0

Number of partners engaged in the community strategic planning process

3051.4) 0

Number of new arts initiative as a result of extension engagement

4-H Empowering youth to reach their full potential to succeed in today’s global society

4001 - 4-H Youth Development Programming
4001.1) 400

Number of youth who indicated they know how to use information they are given to make decisions

4001.2) 250

Number of youth who can comfortably talk to others about their thoughts and feelings

4001.3) 300

Number of youth who indicate they are connected to caring adults who are interested in their success

4001.4) 150

Number of youth who apply the skills learned in 4-H and in other activities at home, school or in the community

4001.5) 325

Number of youth who reported that they can set and accomplish a goal

4-H Creating awareness of the impact of agriculture on daily life and developing marketable skills for the future

4011 - Agriculture 4-H Core Curriculum
4011.1) 60

Number of youth who demonstrate a skill that was learned and/or improved by participating in a 4-H ANR project, program, event or activity

4011.2) 25

Number of youth that can keep production, performance or financial records on their 4-H agriculture projects

4011.3) 350

Number of youth who understands the role of agriculture in the production of food and fiber

4011.4) 80

Number of youth who are more aware of local farmer’s markets and community gardens

4-H Enhancing communication skills through public speaking and expressive arts

4021 - Communications and Expressive Arts 4-H Core Curriculum
4021.1) 22

Number of youth that have improved their communication skills

4021.2) 10

Number of youth that can express themselves through the arts

4021.3) 11

Number of youth that have confidence speaking in front of groups

4-H Acquiring basic life skills in family and consumer sciences

4031 - Family and Consumer Sciences 4-H Core Curriculum
4031.1) 89

Number of youth who reported that they followed instructions step-by-step to do or make things themselves

4031.2) 115

Number of youth who reported that they followed safe practices

4031.3) 58

Number of youth who reported that they demonstrated what they learned to do for themselves

4031.4) 93

Number of youth who are more aware of preparing and eating healthy, local food

4-H Developing leadership and volunteer skills for engagement with community, country and the world

4041 - Leadership 4-H Core Curriculum
4041.1) 315

Number of youth who indicate they listen to people who have different ideas

4041.2) 345

Number of youth who indicate they can finish a job they started

4041.3) 295

Number of youth who indicate they can take responsibility for their actions

4041.4) 150

Number of youth provided with diversity focused education

4041.5) 25

Number of 4-H members leading a project group or project club

4041.6) 22

Number of 4-H members serving as direct mentors to younger youth

4041.7) 58

Number of youth reported being a better leader (due to skills improved through Extension programming)

4-H Adopting healthy lifestyle choices for overall well-being

4051 - Health 4-H Core Curriculum
4051.1) 295

Number of youth that report making healthy lifestyle choices

4051.2) 262

Number of youth that report not engaging in risky behavior

4051.3) 280

Number of youth that report feeling good about themselves

4051.4) 225

Number of youth that report that they know how to handle stress

4-H Practicing stewardship in natural resources

4061 - Natural Resources 4-H Core Curriculum
4061.1) 42

Number of youth who use their skills to conserve natural resources

4061.2) 25

Number of youth who can identify the natural resources in their community

4061.3) 65

Number of youth who have gained an understanding of the ecosystems in nature

4061.4) 35

Number of youth who have engaged in a community project related to natural resource conservation

4-H Engaging in discovery, exploration, and understanding in science, engineering and technology

4071 - Science, Engineering and Technology 4-H Core Curriculum
4071.1) 45

Number of youth who use knowledge and skills developed from 4-H science, engineering and technology programs in daily life

4071.2) 21

Number of youth who follow scientific methods when making decisions

4071.3) 21

Number of youth who do SET activities outside of school

4071.4) 10

Number of youth who create a display or object related to SET and can explain what they have learned

OTHR OTHER

7002 - Administrative Functions
7001 - Staff Development