Logic Model

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by Marian Farrior & Mark K. Leach

The logic model approach to planning is powerful, for both individuals and groups. The authors created this book to help environmental groups be more effective. They present the steps in an easy to implement manner, and then present several examples from the field to show how adaptable to the process can be.


  • Introduction
  • 1. Why attend to the process of planning?
  • 2. Plan like an expert: start with the basics
  • 3. Planning to increase composting: an example
  • 4. Logic models at work: examples from the field
    • a. Personal planning and planners
    • b. Local leadership training program: University of Wisconsin-Madison Arboretum's Team Leader Training
    • c. Logic models in the classroom: experiential client-based learning
    • d. Local conservation : selecting ecological restoration projects
    • e. Regional public education campaign: Great Lakes Forever
    • f. National leadership training program: The Aldo Leopold Foundation's Land Ethic Leadership Program
    • g. Statewide sustainable agriculture program: Center for Integrated Agricultural Systems' Wisconsin Eco-Apple Project
    • h. Community evaluation framework: Whole Measures for Community Food Systems
  • Tips on putting the power of logic models to work
  • Literature cited


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