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.

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registered voters

Support restoring public funding to $100 million for North Carolina's three conservation trust funds to conserve forests, working farms, parks and historic sites.

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of registered voters says protecting sources of drinking water is important
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say preserving working farms is important
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say protecting fish and wildlife is important
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say protecting forests is important
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say conserving beaches and coastal areas are important
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say providing more opportunities for children to explore and learn about nature is important
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registered voters agree

protecting wetlands that help weaken hurricanes before they reach land is important.

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of registered voters say conserving natural areas next to military bases is important.

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