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By Dennis Washington
A leader of conservation, restoration and preservation efforts along Alabama’s Gulf Coast is asking for your thoughts on what you believe are priorities for a portion of the Mobile-Tensaw River Delta in south Alabama.
The Mobile Bay National Estuary Program (MBNEP) has put together a short 10-question survey for people who live, use, visit or have an interest in the Mobile-Tensaw Apalachee (MTA) Watershed, a 37,000-acre complex in Mobile and Baldwin counties that feeds Mobile Bay. Christian Miller, Watershed Management Coordinator for the MBNEP, says the online survey was created as an alternative to public meetings halted due to COVID-19 restrictions.
“The COVID-19 situation really hampered the ability of our folks to go out and collect that one-on-one,” Miller said. “That’s a critical component – going out into the community and talking to all sectors from business, industry, academia, grassroots organizations, landowners – anybody who utilizes the Delta, we want to hear from them.”
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