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Chuck Mills' presentation at "Trees in All Policies" for California ReLeaf Network members

Chuck Mills' presentation at "Trees in All Policies" for California ReLeaf Network members

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  • Don’t tell the full story yet. Save it for slide nine.
  • Start with the local voice – influence decision makers who have been elected at a local levelLobbied by 100s of stakeholders from many sectors monthly and yearlyUF can connect and get heard by connecting them to what’s happening in their district
  • Move to who you know – low hanging fruitUsing partnerships that Network members have made as well – Example STF and DPH
  • Housing CA and TransFORM position statementOur job to remind others that our missions collide; They aren’t just looking to build homes or roads, but strong communitiesEnd result: Sustainable Communities for All Coalition CampaignTHE
  • Message consistent across boardUF connects when there may not be a connection otherwise.Keep going despite roadblocks.

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  • 1. Branching Out for State Success Chuck Mills, California ReLeaf
  • 2. The Power of Partnerships
  • 3. Message integration in other sectors  Each cause alone may not be strong enough to get attention, but together a stronger voice is created.  Example: CA Water Bond
  • 4. Message delivery by non-traditional voices Our message is shared and we reciprocate.
  • 5. Building relationships opens doors to new partnerships Relationships built become stepping stones to long-term alliances
  • 6. How to Build Partners at a Statewide Level
  • 7. Start with the local voice
  • 8. Grab the low hanging fruit Some of our best partners are our most logical partners.
  • 9. Use your traditional partners to build nontraditional partnerships
  • 10. Carpe Diem
  • 11. Steps to Success Urban Forestry and GHG Reductions