Influenced any good public policy lately?
How many times have you called or written your representative and felt like you REALLY accomplished anything meaningful? Here is a chance to give policy makers a holler through a forum that might make a difference.
If you missed the Sustainable Communities Public Policy Forum at UW-Fox Valley in March, (I know. I missed it too) you can still put your two cents in on the topic.
Wade in the water, children!
Take a few minutes to fill out the on-line survey here.
It’s only 19 questions and shouldn’t take more than 15-30 minutes. If you want to stand up and be counted on this topic, do it NOW. (deadline in June 5)
This survey aims to gather input on a set of draft public policy recommendations for promoting sustainable communities in Wisconsin that came out of the meeting I (and probably you) missed. If you want to see some of it, check out streaming video of the event here.
The policy recommendations will contribute to the writing of “Building a More Sustainable Future in Wisconsin: Findings and Recommendations from the 2010 Sustainable Communities Public Policy Forum,” which will be shared with all of those individuals involved in the sustainable communities process, as well as with local, state, and university leaders across the State.
This will help guide UW-Extension’s educational outreach and research related to community sustainability.
Help the UW-Extension help you.
Categories: Eco activism