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Overview

Water quality problems have accumulated over many decades and may take decades to amend. Confirming that awareness and attitudes are changing and behaviors are being adopted in a watershed is one way that projects can demonstrate progress toward water quality goals. Social indicators provide consistent measures of social change within a watershed and can be used by managers at local, state, and federal levels to estimate the impacts of their efforts and resources.

For a more detailed description of the Social Indicators system, please download the Handbook.

Steps To Measure Social Indicators
Measuring the social indicators of your project can be done in these 7 steps.
Read about Step 1 in the SI Handbook. Read about Step 2 in the SI Handbook. Read about Step 3 in the SI Handbook. Read about Step 4 in the SI Handbook. Read about Step 5 in the SI Handbook. Read about Step 6 in the SI Handbook. Read about Step 7 in the SI Handbook. Social Indicator Steps

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