Friday, February 26, 2010
Help Save California's State Parks :: Take The Survey
photo: one of my favorite California State Parks - the Bay Area's Montara State Beach
In the last several years, California's state park system has been proposed to be shut down to the public - first in January 2008 and again in May 2009.
The California State Parks Foundation is launching a new Park Excellence Project, along with the Save the Redwoods League, as part of their campaign to save California's state parks.
A key element of this project is engaging the public – both frequent park users and non-users alike – to collect their thoughts about the most important features of an excellent state park system, as well as the kinds of programs, services, resources, activities or amenities you think should be offered, barriers to visiting state parks, and much more.
Take the online survey here. Your responses to the survey are anonymous and confidential and will help the organizations create a statewide picture of excellence that comes directly from the California public.