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Jim’s bucket chemistry june 2011

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Often so busy thinking of input costs that we forget value.

Often so busy thinking of input costs that we forget value.

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  • 1. A little bucket chemistry For researchers, managers and extension agents and participatory change jfortune@bigpond.net.au
  • 2. Where would we like to be in the future? NEW POTENTIALAgriculture ACHIEVEDvalue NO CHANGE NOW FUTURE
  • 3. Remember this from chemistry? ACTIVATION ENERGY
  • 4. Participatory extension - a catalyst for changei) The easy bit, we get to the same end point more slowly, but probablywith more kicking and screaming, without participation + Participation no participation ENERGY ($, human effort) FUTURE NOW REACTION PATH (time)
  • 5. Participatory extension - a catalyst for changeii) The reality, we don’t get there without participation + Participation no participation ENERGY ($, human effort) X FUTURE NOW REACTION PATH (time)