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The California State Coastal Conservancy is going through our 5-year strategic planning process (https://scc.ca.gov/about/plan/). Visit our site for more information on other ways to provide comments and get involved.   
 
The purpose of the Strategic Plan is to provide an overall vision for our agency and quantified objectives to measure the effectiveness of our work. The Strategic Plan articulates our view of the future of the California coast and its watersheds over the next five years—including the opportunities to improve resilience to climate change and to promote environmental equity and justice. 
 
We want to hear your thoughts about your experience working with us; your priorities around coastal resilience and public access; and how we can work to make our programs and resources more accessible to a wider audience.  

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* 1. What part of California do you live in (or represent if taking the survey as an organization)?

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* 2. If you’ve worked with the Conservancy, what are two ways we could improve how we work to accomplish projects?

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* 3. What do you think is the largest barrier to accessing and utilizing California’s coastal shorelines?

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* 4. When you think of Coastal Resilience, what 2-3 words come to mind?

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* 5. The Conservancy recently developed Justice Equity Diversity and Inclusion (JEDI) Principles (https://scc.ca.gov/justice-equity-diversity-and-inclusion-jedi/). How do you think we could best measure our progress towards achieving equity in our programs, projects, and funding?

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* 6. What approach to grant solicitation works best for your community or organization (check relevant boxes)?

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* 7. Outside of funding, how could the Conservancy better support under-resourced communities? (Select up to three)

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* 8. The Conservancy has identified several priorities:
  • Nature-based climate adaptation ​
  • Sea Level Rise Adaptation ​
  • Wildfire Resilience ​
  • Benefit under-resourced communities ​
  • Projects that can serve as models ​
  • Projects that move needle on coastal resilience ​
  • Implement long-term plans
What other priorities do you see as important for the Conservancy?

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* 9. Have you ever worked with the Conservancy?

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* 10. What type of organization are you affiliated with?

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* 11. What other organizations or projects should we be aware of or reach out to? (Consider adding project ideas to our interactive project map: https://arcg.is/00mrjq)

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* 12. How would you describe the Coastal Conservancy in one word?

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* 13. Using the scale below, please indicate how satisfied you are with the following. The Conservancy’s performance overall? 

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* 14. Using the scale below, please indicate how satisfied you are with the following. The transparency of the Conservancy’s operations and decisions?

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* 15. How did you first hear about the Conservancy? Select ONE or select as many as apply?

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