||Wakefield Land Conservation Education and Outreach Project. A Final Report to the New Hampshire Estuaries Project.
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||Wakefield Conservation Commission., Town of Wakefield, Wakefield, MA.; New Hampshire Estuaries Project., Univ of New Hampshire, Durham,. NH.
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The Town of Wakefield has experienced an unprecedented growth explosion in the past seven years. Pressures to use heretofore undeveloped land for the construction of residential housing has threatened the natural resources of this community. The projected growth rate has the potential to severely impact Wakefields natural resources. While the town has undertaken a comprehensive revision of zoning, site plan and subdivision regulations, it is important that voluntary land protection measures are advanced to secure permanent protection of valuable resources. Project Goal was to understand reasons for voter resistance to Land Conservation and to fashion reasoned, truthful and persuasive arguments and educational tools to advance Land Conservation