Bay Watershed Survey
Please help us by taking a few minutes to complete this Bay Survey.
It is a 5-minute, anonymous survey for the general public to take on the web. The questions asked center around expert panel-recommended topics; residential rain barrels, rain gardens, raking leaves, mowing lawns, household cleaning products, and littering. While the target area is Maryland, the surveyors are happy to include the PA portion of those watersheds that cross the Mason-Dixon Line, hence our involvement. Do please forward to other watershed residents, the surveyors are interested in as broad a representation as possible.
Thank you in advance for your participation.
Per the introductory letter from Dr. William C. Dennison, Vice President of Science Applications at the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science and the Principal Investigator for this project:
Countless small actions by individual Marylanders affect the health of our local waters. The University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science has developed a very brief survey about the actions we take in our homes and in everyday life that can impact water quality. UMCES needs members of the community to help them understand what stewardship behaviors are occurring around Maryland and the likelihood of the public adopting them in the future. There are no “right” answers to this survey, and the responses cannot be tied back to anyone personally. These responses will be combined with thousands of others, and will play an important role in guiding our future work.