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California State Parks Survey–Deadline March 31

The California State Parks Foundation (www.calparks.org) launched a new Park Excellence Project earlier this month, along with their partners at the Save the Redwoods League. This project seeks to develop a vision of excellence for the state park system in the 21st century, shared by the public and key park stakeholders, and make recommendations as to how best to promote that vision.

A key element of this project is engaging the public to collect YOUR thoughts about the most important features of an excellent state park system, the kinds of programs, services, resources, activities or amenities you think should be offered, barriers to visiting state parks, and much more. (A Spanish language version of the survey is available here.) The web survey will be closing on March 31, 2010. If you haven’t already taken the survey or spread the word to your extended network, I urge you to do so today.

Your responses to the survey are anonymous and confidential and will help create a statewide picture of excellence that comes directly from the California public. Thank you for taking the time to share your vision today, and please feel free to forward this message to your friends, family, neighbors, co-workers and others to give them a chance to share their vision, too!

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