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Program Management

  • Goals and Objectives

  • Coordinating a Task Force

  • Identifying Resource Needs

  • Establishing a Recycling Network

  • Organizing Cleanup Events

  • Volunteer Management

  • Advertising

  • Program Evaluation


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MRRP Program Goals

  • Raise public awareness about the destruction caused by monofilament line left in the environment.

  • Involve the community and its residents in accomplishing the objectives of the project through active participation.

  • Reduce the amount of monofilament line in the natural habitat.

  • Facilitate monofilament line recycling by establishing a fishing line recycling network.


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Goal: Facilitate monofilament line recycling by establishing a fishing line recycling network.

Objective: Install 35 outdoor recycling bins at boat ramps in Brevard County by May, 2003.

Strategy: Work with High School Sr. Wood Shop class to construct 35 bins by November.

Task: Contact Wood Shop teachers.


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Coordinating a Task Force a fishing line recycling network.

It is important that task force members are utilized for their talents and rewarded for their efforts!

Select members based on interest and expertise

Appoint a Chairperson and Secretary to keep minutes

Clearly understand the role the task force will play in program development and implementation.

Conduct at least quarterly meetings and designate a completion time.


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Identify Resource Needs a fishing line recycling network.

  • A project plan/ task force will help you to identify and meet resource needs.

  • The extent and types of resources will depend on program.

  • Personnel time, bin making materials, printed materials, volunteers, presentation equipment, advertising, incentive gifts, and computers.


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Community Resources a fishing line recycling network.


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Monofilament Line Recovery and Recycling Project a fishing line recycling network.

Personnel Expenses

Title

Percent of time on project

Funds Requested

Special Project Coordinator

100%

$30,000.00

Equipment

#

Cost each

Recycling bins (includes stickers)

20

35

$700.00

Display Kiosk

$800.00

Written Media Production

Printing Costs

500

We recycle stickers

$276

1000

MRRP Stickers

$100

10000

Flyers

$80.00

2000

Brochure 1

$220.00

2000

Brochure 2

$300.00

100

Posters

$150.00

Clean Up Project

Volunteers

#

Volunteer Cleanup Supplies (gloves, bags, line cutters)

500

3.00

$1,500.00

Volunteer Toolkits

20

$11.00

$220.00

Total

$34,346.00


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MRRP Components a fishing line recycling network.

  • Recycling network

  • Recovering line through cleanup events

  • Education campaign


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Mono- Recycling a fishing line recycling network.“Cast Your Line Here Network”

  • Raises awareness

  • Provides mechanism for program by-in and changed behavior

  • Reduces amount of monofilament in the landfill

  • Recycles plastic


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Outdoor Recycling Bins a fishing line recycling network.

  • Boat ramps and fishing piers

  • Sewer grade PVC parts

  • Sponsors/ volunteers check

  • Near garbage cans


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Indoor Recycling Bins a fishing line recycling network.

Berkley Pure Fishing

Tackle Shops and marinas

Prepaid mailing boxes


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  • Tackle Boxes a fishing line recycling network.

  • Freshwater Fish Habitats

  • Line Spools

  • Toys

  • Other hard plastics


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Cleanup Event Coordination a fishing line recycling network.

Shoreline or underwater


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Shoreline Cleanup a fishing line recycling network.

  • Prevent injury

  • Collaborate with existing event

  • Provide tools

  • Post safety precautions

  • Don’t disturb bird nesting colonies!


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Underwater Cleanup a fishing line recycling network.

  • Hazardous! Use professional level divers!

  • Sharp knife/wire cutters

  • Support persons on surface

  • Confined location such as pier/bridge


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Volunteer Coordination a fishing line recycling network.

  • Assist with program tasks and extends education and advocacy.

  • MRRP goal

  • Recycling network, cleanups, presentations, etc.


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Volunteer Recruitment a fishing line recycling network.

  • Sign-up sheets at festivals and events

  • Distributing targeted flyers

  • Sign-up sheets at group presentations

  • Advertising in newspaper/radio

  • Mailings to previous contacts

  • Telephone & personal contact with known

    community members


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Press Releases a fishing line recycling network.

Appeal to the public love of wildlife by including descriptions and images of entangled dolphins, manatees, and turtles.

Don’t fall in love with your press release story angle.

Write your own quotes so that they are clear and and spelled correctly.

Make it a public interest story - Include a local character or school group.

Clearly explain what the program hopes to achieve and what you need from the public. Include contact information and a website address.


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Media Relations a fishing line recycling network.

  • Contact outdoor, sports, fishing columnists directly.

  • Develop good relationships - become a good source of information

  • Develop your own media list.

  • Send an acknowledgement of appreciation to the boss of the journalist that writes a particularly good story.

  • Send an emotional photograph and caption to one of the newspaper’s photographers for a short “snapshot” of coverage.


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Program Evaluation a fishing line recycling network.

Compare outcomes against measurable components of each defined goal and objective.


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Measuring Success a fishing line recycling network.

  • Goal: Raise public awareness about the destruction caused by monofilament line left in the environment.

  • Pre- and Post- surveys determined change in awareness and behavior of target audience.

  • Goal: Facilitate monofilament line recycling by establishing a fishing line recycling network.

  • Measure amount of line collected in network.


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Designing the Survey a fishing line recycling network.

  • Clarify the survey’s purpose

  • Make the survey short and put the easier questions (like demographic information) at the end of the survey.

  • Pilot test the survey

  • Go to a variety of locations to interview different demographic audiences.

  • Website survey/mail outs


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Change in Awareness a fishing line recycling network.


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Change in Awareness a fishing line recycling network.


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Measuring Line Collection a fishing line recycling network.

  • Measuring the amount of line collected in the outdoor recycling bins.

  • Measuring the total amount of line collected through the recycling network.

  • Measuring the amount of line collected during cleanup events.

  • The size of the recycling network.


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Line Recovery a fishing line recycling network.


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