Improving WDFW’s Technical Assistance and Tools for Land Use Decisions 

Take a survey to help Fish and Wildlife weigh the effectiveness of technical assistance and tools used to make land use decisions. 

The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) will be improving some of their land use technical assistance tools relevant to the Growth Management Act to support how access to information about species and habitats informs the decisions of land use planners, conservation managers, and private landowners. 

WDFW is working with Triangle Associates and we invite you to take a 10-minute survey that will help us to better evaluate how the current technical assistance and tools inform land use decisions made today, and also to gather ideas for creating or improving tools and technical assistance in a way that is most beneficial for you and your colleagues. Take a look at the attached graphic timeline for more information. 

To participate in the survey, click here. The survey link will take responses through June 23, 2017. Please distribute as appropriate among your networks. We appreciate your time and value your input. Our apologies in advance for any for any cross-postings! 

For more information, please contact:
Marxa Marnia, Project Associate
[email protected]  

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