BEHAVE Facilitators Network
The goal of the BEHAVE Facilitators Network is to train a network of individuals trained in behavioral principles, ready and able to teach others and capable of helping producers implement behavioral solutions to problems. The initial stages of this effort are funded by a grant from the Western SARE (Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education) Professional Development Program. Training is aimed at state extension agents and educators and NRCS (Natural Resources Conservation Service) employees.
Program director, Beth Burritt, is responsible for development of materials, training State Coordinators and participation in individual state workshops as well as ongoing support.