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Paumanok Path Summit

Once the data is collected for the entire Paumanok Path, we will arrange for a meeting where all the agencies and groups who have interest in the Path can apply their combined resources toward developing an action plan for beginning the stewardship process.  An effective way to approach this may be to select examples of the most challenging issues and involve all of the stakeholders in creating action plans for addressing them.  Once the remedies are implemented, we must then carefully monitor the results.  We can draw on the experience of others, but since every regionís geology and ecology is different, we will be challenged to be innovative and create new answers to accommodate Long Islandís unique environment.  There will be a variety of land managers so we will have to accommodate our solutions to take into consideration their respective policies.  This will be a grand experiment not only in trail stewardship but also in building an effective coalition among diverse groups and agencies.  We will have a summit meeting once each year in order to examine results and, based on our findings, to plan new initiatives.

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