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Potential Stakeholders

1. Members of existing organizations that use or are concerned with local environmental issues or land use, such as:

2. Businesses whose livelihoods depend on natural resources, directly or indirectly, including:

3. Local chapters of relevant national professional organizations, including:

4. Members of state, local, tribal, and federal governments, including:

5. Faculty at local universities, especially those in environmental studies, biology, ecology, forestry, geology, and other natural sciences as well as economics, urban planning, public policy, and social sciences.

6. Labor unions and other workers' organizations.

7. Private landowners with property that includes ecologically sensitive habitat areas.

8. Retired seniors are an excellent source of help and information.

Source: Community Based Environmental Protection EPA 230B96003 December 1996 (in press).

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