Maritime Washington Survey
The Maritime Washington National Heritage Area is launching soon—and we want your help charting the course ahead! Fill out this survey to help determine what the heritage area will look like, what kinds of programs it will take on, and how it can provide the most value to you and your community. Your input will be reviewed by staff members and volunteers for the Washington Trust for Historic Preservation and used to determine goals, priorities, and initiatives for the NHA's management plan. Visit
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What is your favorite thing to do along Washington's coasts?
Check all that apply
Swim or scuba dive
Hang out on the beach
Look for wildlife and whales
Sing sea shanties
Search for shellfish
Explore seaside communities
Take in the views
Drive along the coastline
What makes Washington's maritime heritage unique?
One word to describe maritime culture in Washington is...
What excites you about the future of your coastal community?
Can you think of a project or program that would help support the maritime community in your area?
What do you see as the most pressing challenge(s) facing Washington's maritime resources and communities?
Which of these goals for our coastal region are most important to you?
Check all that apply
Promoting heritage tourism
Supporting tribes and local organizations in sharing their maritime heritage
Amplifying diverse and underrepresented maritime stories
Connecting coastal communities to protect maritime heritage resources
Celebrating working waterfronts
Drawing connections between maritime heritage and healthy shorelines/marine waters
Which of these stories or themes are most interesting to you?
Check all that apply.
Voyages of exploration
Trade and commerce
Water highways and transportation
Protecting our shores and building the fleet
Harvest from the sea: fishing and aquaculture
Communities shaped by water
Navigation and lifesaving
For the love of water: recreational boating
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