ALBANY The state Department of Environmental Conservation is conducting a survey to assess how the states management of state forests affects their public use.
The 10-question surveys results will be used to develop a summary of social impacts and gauge the ways in which state forests management affects the public, whether it be via access to recreation, adjacent property considerations or economic impacts.
So far, more than 600 individuals have responded to the survey, which was sent to representatives of recreation groups throughout the state.
Survey data will be kept anonymous and tallied.
The survey deadline is Wednesday and it can be found at www.surveymonkey.com/s/RFKT2WP.