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Your voice counts! Help shape the future of recreation in the Snoqualmie Corridor

Posted by erin.maccoy@mtsgreenway.org at Jul 10, 2012 08:44 AM |
Washington State Department of Natural Resources is looking for feedback on ways to improve recreation in the Snoqualmie Corridor in the future. Take their survey before July 31st and let your voice be heard.
Your voice counts! Help shape the future of recreation in the Snoqualmie Corridor

Middle Fork Snoqualmie River

The Washington State Department of Natural Resources (DNR) released a survey today to gather input on how the public would like to see recreation managed on 53,000 acres of DNR-managed state trust lands and conservation areas in the Snoqualmie Corridor (map).

Your voice counts. This survey comes in the middle of a recreation planning process that began earlier this year.  The survey results will guide a citizen-based recreation planning committee as it works to improve recreation access and opportunities.

The survey should take less than ten minutes to complete. Hurry, the survey closes on July 31, 2012.


Re-printed with permission from WA DNR. See original blog post here.

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