Our Strategic Plan
At the June 2012 meeting of the Assateague Coastal Trust Board of Directors meeting, a new five-year Strategic Plan for the organization was adopted unanimously.
This document guides the vision of ACT for the next five years – a vision that states the coastal bays watershed of Delmarva will have a healthy watershed and a strong, sustainable economy that thrives on swimmable, fishable, drinkable water – and also establishes a set of values centered around clean water, sustainable watersheds, and an interconnectedness with nature.
Four main goals were set for the organization, outlined below. See the full 2012-2017 Strategic Plan.
- To promote fishable, swimmable, drinkable waters through monitoring, enforcement and advocacy for environmental policies that protect the coastal bays watershed.
- To instill an ethic of responsible stewardship and respect for our shared ecosystem through individual and community actions.
- To create a diversified, sustainable funding base.
- To strengthen the board, staff and membership to support the mission.
If you are interested in becoming involved with Assateague Coastal Trust, either to serve on a committee or to explore becoming a Board member, we’d appreciate hearing from you!
For more information, contact our Executive Director Kathy Phillips (Coastkeeper@actforbays.org) or call 410-629-1538.
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