Dear survey participant:

Many land trusts working in Southern Maine are taking steps to reach out to more people -- working together as part of a coordinated effort to ask, listen, and respond.  

Our core question: How can land trusts in Southern Maine use land conservation resources to more deeply engage all people toward stronger communities and better quality of life?

The concept of community conservation uses the strengths of land trusts to meet needs expressed by people, listening to many different voices -- then responding with action.

Many people have a personal cultural connection to the land, with a wide range of personal histories including farming, solitude, adventure, habitat, fishing, forestry, recreation, hunting, heritage, mobility, or more.  

Think about your cultural connection to the land -- and think about the culture of others living in Maine -- as you complete this survey.

Thanks for taking the time to complete our survey. We value your feedback.
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