Conservation Networking Event Survey
Kestrel Land Trust is working to provide better information and support to town conservation leaders. To inform our group’s work, we are conducting a survey to learn more about the concerns, needs, and perspectives of people interested in local conservation and management.
Please help us out by completing this brief survey.
This winter 2020, Kestrel Land Trust will host three informational/ networking events in western Franklin, Hampshire, and Hampden Counties to address land conservation topics. This survey is for the first event on Monday, January 27 in the John W. Olver Transit Center in Greenfield. Please feel welcome to complete this survey even if you are unable to attend.
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If you have any questions, please e-mail Denise Barstow
Kestrel Land Trust is hosting an informational/networking event on Monday, January 27 at 6:30pm in Greenfield. Will you attend?
What topic(s) would you want covered at this informational/networking event? (check all that apply)
Landowner conservation options
Land management (forestry, habitat, invasives)
Funding Open Space & Recreation plans and conservation projects
Solar/wind power installation
Chapter 61 and town right of first refusal
The economic benefits of conservation
Are there specific land conservation and management professionals you would want to meet? (check all that apply)
Land trust and state conservation agency staff
Grant program managers
Active OSC members from nearby towns
Which conservation organizations are your familiar with? (check all that apply)
Local land trust
Regional Planners (FRCOG, PVPC)
MA DCR / U.S. Fish & Wildlife
What land conservation and management successes has your town experienced in the last few years? (ie. protected property in town, connected landowners with conservation organizations, revised bylaws to reflect conservation values, etc.)
What land conservation and management challenges has your town experiences in the last few years?
Are you a current or past member of your town Open Space Committee (OSC)
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