Is there anything you can do when development threatens your local forest, beach, prairie, or wetland? Yes, there is. Across America, citizen activists are fighting and winning battles against unwanted development in their own communities. To help you resist the urban sprawl and absentee landowners that can wreck small towns and cities alike, this book is a practical, hands-on guide for building a grassroots campaign to defeat undesirable development.
Written by a successful activist,Citizen's Primer for Conservation Activismtakes you through all the steps necessary to stop unplanned development in your community:
Identifying the issues at stakeGetting involved and developing leadershipDevising a strategyHiring and working with legal counselBuilding coalitions and partnershipsInfluencing local governmentConducting a media campaignRaising moneyCountering developer tacticsManaging the whole process
With the proven strategies in this easy-to-access book, you can quickly gear up to challenge unwanted development and preserve the character of your local community.
Subjects: Environmental Science
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