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WPCAMR: Fill Out DEP’s Growing Greener Stakeholder Survey

The Department of Environmental Protection is asking for stakeholders of the Growing Greener Program to complete a survey.  Data will be used in the possible development of a Growing Greener III Program.

The feedback you provide could help to secure future funding of existing Growing Greener-funded programs.  This is a great opportunity to highlight the success and needs of the Conservation District Watershed Specialists. 

The survey also provides you an opportunity to highlight issues and concerns you have faced in previous rounds of Growing Greener, where you think funding for future rounds could come from, and what environmental priorities Growing Greener III should focus on.

DEP is interested in getting as much feedback as possible from a broad stakeholder set.  Please forward the link above to fellow watershed group boards and volunteers to encourage our communities participation.

Click Here to take the survey.


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(Written by: Anne Daymut, Watershed Coordinator, Western Coalition for Abandoned Mine Reclamation and reprinted from Abandoned Mine Posts.  Click Here to sign up for your own copy.)


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