Protecting People and Property
All decisions affecting your community are best made by you, your fellow citizens and locally elected officials. This is why we come directly to your community to help guide and assist you in developing strategies to assert the local position during the federal and state planning processes.
Local Outreach Services
Generally, as follow up to a coordination training seminar, we can work with the local governments that have committed or expressed a strong interest in using the coordination process. There are two basic follow-up services that we provide:
1. General Coordination Support:
We can provide basic guidance to help you initiate the process, which includes review and editing of resolutions, letters and plans as well as helping you develop a strategy for your specific issues. An annual fee of $1500 is charged to the local governments to help support our services. We can also provide this service at an hourly fee.
2. In-Depth Coordination Implementation:
Every year we select a limited number of issues to work more directly on that are critical to the fulfillment of our mission: protecting property rights. In these cases we are more hands-on, including the drafting of letters to the agencies, short and long-term strategy development and execution, preparation of elected officials, experts and staff for coordination meetings, and participating in the agency meetings to help advocate the local position.
This is the manner in which we worked which resulted in two of our greatest victories; (1) stopping the Trans-Texas Corridor and, (2) defeating the endangered listing of the Dunes Sagebrush Lizard.
Normally, a local landowner’s organization or the local government we are helping will pay a monthly fee. An hourly fee can also be arranged for this level of support.
We provide as little or as much support as is needed for your local government to be successful in the coordination process with the agencies. Our ultimate goal is to train your community so that it can develop future strategies for issues as they arise with limited help from us well into the future.
Examples of some of the issues we have helped communities address are:
For more information call our office at 512-365-2699 or email us at email@example.com.
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We educate Americans on issues affecting property rights and individual liberties through our publications, Coordination Works, Liberty Matters and American Stewards Digest.
We train local governments how to assert their coordination role in the federal and state planning process through our Coordination Classes and Local Outreach Program.
We are winning battles in communities nationwide and one-by-one we are restoring our nation from the ground up.