Our families, our communities and our economy are all stronger when we take care of our natural heritage.
We advance this important value by informing West Virginians about key conservation issues, taking positions on legislation and policy affecting the environment, and communicating our views to elected officials.
To make real change, conservationists must be engaged in policy development and advocacy. In addition, we need to educate the public about elected officials and candidates for public office based on their conservation views and mobilize voters to elect conservation leaders.
We want to live healthy lives in strong communities that respect and care for our natural heritage, and be able to pass this kind of life down to future generations. We want to leave the environment better than we found it.