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Articles from the Chesapeake Bay Trust: Development of an adaptive survey tool to measure behavior change within watersheds project
In partnership with The Chesapeake Bay Trust, and OpinionWorks, the University of Maryland has launched The Bay Survey. This survey helps us understand how residents and businesses throughout the Chesapeake Bay area, Western Maryland, and the Atlantic Coastal Bays handle rainwater, vegetation, and other issues on their properties. Help out IAN by filling out the survey online at www.baysurvey.org!
In partnership with The Chesapeake Bay Trust, and OpinionWorks, the University of Maryland has launched The Bay Survey. This survey helps us understand how residents throughout the Chesapeake Bay area, Western Maryland, and the Atlantic Coastal Bays handle rainwater, vegetation, and other issues on their properties. Help out IAN by filling out the survey online at www.baysurvey.org.
In partnership with The Chesapeake Bay Trust, and OpinionWorks, the University of Maryland has launched The Bay Survey. This survey helps us understand how residents throughout the Chesapeake Bay area, Western Maryland, and the Atlantic Coastal Bays handle rainwater, vegetation, and other issues on their properties. Help out IAN by filling out the survey online at www.baysurvey.org.
Behavior Change Survey poster
Behavior Change Survey poster presented at the Chesapeake Watershed Forum.
Behavior Change Survey presented at Chesapeake Watershed Forum Permanent Link
Alex Fries and Caroline Wicks attended the annual Chesapeake Watershed Forum in Shepherdstown, WV. They presented a poster on the Behavior Change Survey that IAN has developed with Steve Raabe of OpinionWorks. The poster describes the purpose of the survey, the seven key stewardship behaviors that the survey targets, and provides contact information and a QR code for attendees to use to take the survey. The three-day Forum also included keynote speakers, plenary sessions, and hands-on workshop activities all focused on Chesapeake research, science, and restoration.

The Integration & Application Network is an initiative of the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science.
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