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Program Contact: Debra Hansen, Director
(509) 684-2588 •

Ripple Effect Mapping (REM)

An interactive, creative way to capture the effects of your programs

This is a new way to explore overall (individual, group, community, or regional) changes that have taken place since participating in any program. The Ripple Effects Evaluation process is an effective and engaging way to get information out of a person’s brain and on to paper in a visual way.

For more information about learning this evaluation tool visit the Ripple Effects Mapping pages at the left or contact:

Debra Hansen
WSU Stevens County Extension
(509) 684-2588

Lorie Higgins
University of Idaho Extension
(208) 669-9717

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