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Conservation Agenda 2018 Priorities

Following are CFPA's State and Federal conservation policy priorities for 2018 with links to more information. Please contact Executive Director Eric Hammerling if you have any questions.

State Policy

  • ENSURE Passport to the Parks funds operations and maintenance of State Parks at a sustainable level to keep State Parks and campgrounds open.
  • INVOLVE Municipal Tree Wardens in municipal site plan reviews as part of the Planning & Zoning process to ensure tree selection is compatible with community goals for their future roadside forest.

State Funding

  • AUTHORIZE certain municipalities to collect a real estate conveyance fee to support local open space and farmland acquisition as well as park, forest and trail management projects.

Federal Policy

Federal Funding