Survey Seeks North Shore Impressions

Minnesota’s Lake Superior Coastal Program is surveying visitors and residents of Minnesota’s North Shore about the quality and quantity of public accesses along the coast.

The Minnesota Lake Superior Coastal Program, a voluntary federal-state partnership dedicated to the comprehensive management of the state’s coastal resources, launched an online survey this week to gather data on resident and visitor perceptions of public access to Minnesota’s portion of Lake Superior.

The 10-question survey, available HERE, is open to anyone who lives, works, or recreates along Minnesota’s 189-mile Lake Superior coast. Responses will be collected through June 17, 2011.

With the survey, Minnesota’s Lake Superior Coastal Program intends to get a snapshot of people’s impressions of the quality and quantity of public accesses up and down the coast.

In addition, the Coastal Program expects to learn about the visitation habits of Minnesota residents and tourists and the types of activities they participate in while on the coast. The survey concentrates only on access and activities related to the Lake Superior coast.

The Coastal Program’s goal is to preserve, protect, develop, and where possible, restore or enhance coastal resources along Minnesota’s North Shore of Lake Superior.

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