This sounds like it could be helpful with your watershed projects and/or MS4 requirments.
Registration is open for free Webcast on Using Social Indicators in Watershed Management Projects on May 1st at 1-3pm Eastern
To register for this Watershed Academy Webcast, visit www.epa.gov/watershedwebcasts.
Working with landowners and managers to find effective and practical solutions to water quality problems is crucial to achieving environmental goals. Social indicators provide information about the social context, awareness, attitudes, capacities, constraints, and behaviors in a watershed or project area. Using social indicators can help resource managers and conservation professionals understand tareget audiences, select effective interventions, and evaluate their impacts.
At the end of this webcast, participants will understand some basic concepts of behavior change and have the tools to use a framework for using social indicators in nonpoint source management work.
The webcast presentation will be posted in advance at this url. Finally, webcast participants are eligible to receive a ceertificate for their attendance.