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What We Do
How We Do It
- Monitor and assess local streams through stream monitoring
done by volunteers.
- Influence local and state actions and decisions to preserve the local natural environment.
- Assist in acquiring and preserving critical and threatened properties
to save from development.
- Create a Science and Technology Committee to identify and advocate scientific research.
- Strengthen partnerships with local and state public and private
organizations to establish broad-based conservation projects.
- Establish municipal advocacy programs to encourage a regional approach to development.
- Expand education and outreach:
- Deliver family-friendly programs.
- Provide student education programs to teach future generations about the environment.
- Leverage our educational reach by teaching the teachers.
- Enhance our brand and image to make GSWA goals personal and relevant.
- Increase and broaden GSWA's base of support.
- Maintain a high quality professional staff and an extensive network of
volunteers with a strong scientific and technological presence.