State wants residents’ opinions on outdoor recreation

November 13, 2012

By Staff

The state Recreation and Conservation Office is hosting a series of online public meetings to gather information about the future of outdoor recreation in Washington.

The online forum is meant to collect input about the demand for outdoor recreation, what people want to see in parks and on trails, what prevents people from heading outdoors for recreation and the quality of their experiences when they do.

Participate in the online public meetings at The process is open through January.

The state is hosting the online meetings as part of efforts to revise the state’s strategic plan for outdoor recreation. The plan needs to be updated every five years to keep Washington eligible for federal funding through the Land and Water Conservation Fund.

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