The Case for Conservation
Do North Carolinians really want lawmakers to fund conservation projects?
Our 2017 statewide poll results says YES – North Carolina’s registered voters overwhelmingly support land and water conservation.
Support restoring public funding to $100 million for North Carolina's three conservation trust funds to conserve forests, working farms, parks and historic sites.
%of registered voters says protecting sources of drinking water is important.
%say preserving working farms is important.
%say protecting fish and wildlife is important.
%say protecting forests is important.
%say conserving beaches and coastal areas is important.
%say providing more opportunities for children to explore and learn about nature is important.
%registered voters agree
protecting wetlands, which help decrease the impact of flooding and erosion caused by hurricanes and other storms, is important.
%of registered voters say conserving natural areas next to military bases is important.