Mass Audubon Advocacy
If you have questions about any of Mass Audubon’s Legislative Priorities, contact our Legislative Affairs office at 617-523-8448 or email@example.com.
We have a collective responsibility to protect, manage, restore, and enhance the natural resources of the Commonwealth-in keeping with the natural beauty of Massachusetts and the eloquent promise Article 97 (XCVII) of our state constitution. The actions taken and not taken over the next decade by public agencies, private non-profit organizations, and the private sector to meet these challenges will permanently shape the future of the Commonwealth's landscape. Mass Audubon's Beacon Hill Legislative Affairs Office serves both as a leader and a catalyst for conservation by stimulating legislative action to protect the nature of Massachusetts. Learn more about Mass Audubon's Legislative Priorities.
Strong conservation laws and programs are adopted largely as a result of broad public awareness and concern. Public participation is the key to accomplishing Mass Audubon's objectives at the State House. However, for too many citizens the state legislative and budget processes seem obscure and complicated. This Legislative Primer will serve to demystify the steps that lead to the passage of new laws and funding measures. Learn More.
Legislative Report Card
Since 1985, Mass Audubon has reported the environmental voting records of the Massachusetts legislature in order to inform citizens of their state legislators' performance in protecting the nature of Massachusetts. Learn more.