Granby citizens group launches survey to protect natural environments

BCN Staff

Les Ami.e.s du boisé Quévillonare, a citizens group with the goal to protect Granby’s natural areas, more particularly 60 hectares in boisé Quévillon, is launching an online public consultation to gather the opinions of Granby citizens on natural areas that are within the urbanization perimeter of the municipality. 

According to the press release, the purpose of the probe is to direct elected officials in Granby to take measures to protect all natural environments of great ecological value throughout its urban perimeter. 

The objective is to collect the responses from a minimum of 1,500 Granby citizens. The survey will be available from June 21 until August 31 at the following link:

Les Ami.e.s du boisé Quévillon invites all residents of Granby to complete the survey which has seven questions. Everything takes less than four minutes. The results will be used to measure the attachment of the citizens to the natural environments remaining in the urban perimeter. They could help the future board to take the necessary actions to ensure their sustainability.

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