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Dartmoor Scorecard Version 1 Test Results

We have have pretty much wrapped up testing the first iteration of the scorecard now and updates for version 2 have been underway for a little while.


It's something of a relief that the scorecard appears to have actually gone down quite well. A testament to how well the Advisory Team, who've worked on developing the project, understand what would be the most useful approach to supporting Dartmoor farmers with the delivery of ELM.


For most of the questions we don't seem to have been too far off base about what is attainable and responses to the survey about the scorecard are generally quite positive.


But by all means read for yourself.


Download the anonymous amalgamation of all the scorecard results and the comments on each of the questions about what could be improved/changed:


Scorecard Version 1 Test Results with participant comments organised by public good
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Download the results of the survey which asked participants about their experience using the scorecard:


Scorecard Survey Results
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