Church of the Redeemer Blue Water Congregations Pre-Survey

This brief survey is a part of a project that The Church of the Redeemer is doing in partnership with Interfaith Partners for the Chesapeake. We are looking to measure congregants' beliefs and behaviors surrounding environmental watershed issues in the Baltimore region. Please choose the answer that best represents your opinion on each statement, where:
0=don't know 1=strongly disagree 2=disagree 3=agree 4=strongly agree

I understand what the term "watershed" means when talking about the Chesapeake Bay.


Showing 17 reactions

  • Martha Ruffin
    answered 2015-09-21 15:53:22 -0400
    Q: Teaching others in my community about watershed health is important to me.
    A: 4=Strongly Agree
  • Martha Ruffin
    answered 2015-09-21 15:53:14 -0400
    Q: The health of the Chesapeake Bay watershed is important to me.
    A: 4=Strongly Agree
  • Martha Ruffin
    answered 2015-09-21 15:53:07 -0400
    Q: People in my congregation care about the impact that our congregation's grounds have on the watershed.
    A: 3=Agree
  • Martha Ruffin
    answered 2015-09-21 15:52:46 -0400
    Q: The way we care for and design our congregation's grounds can impact the health of our watershed.
    A: 4=Strongly Agree
  • Martha Ruffin
    answered 2015-09-21 15:52:01 -0400
    Q: My actions can help change the health of the Chesapeake Bay.
    A: Strongly Agree
  • Martha Ruffin
    answered 2015-09-21 15:51:54 -0400
    Q: I understand ways that I can make a difference to watershed health.
    A: 1=Strongly Disagree
  • Martha Ruffin
    answered 2015-09-21 15:51:46 -0400
    Q: Having a lot of concrete and asphalt on our grounds prevents polluted water runoff.
    A: 1=Strongly Disagree
  • Martha Ruffin
    answered 2015-09-21 15:51:27 -0400
    Q: The chemical fertilizers that people use on their lawns can improve the health of the Chesapeake Bay
    A: 1=Strongly Disagree
  • Martha Ruffin
    answered 2015-09-21 15:51:14 -0400
    Q: I understand what the term "watershed" means when talking about the Chesapeake Bay.
    A: 1=Strongly Disagree
  • Laurel Peltier
    answered 2015-09-21 15:14:31 -0400
    Q: Teaching others in my community about watershed health is important to me.
    A: 3=Agree
  • Laurel Peltier
    answered 2015-09-21 15:14:22 -0400
    Q: The health of the Chesapeake Bay watershed is important to me.
    A: 4=Strongly Agree
  • Laurel Peltier
    answered 2015-09-21 15:14:17 -0400
    Q: People in my congregation care about the impact that our congregation's grounds have on the watershed.
    A: 0=I don't know
  • Laurel Peltier
    answered 2015-09-21 15:14:09 -0400
    Q: The way we care for and design our congregation's grounds can impact the health of our watershed.
    A: 3=Agree
  • Laurel Peltier
    answered 2015-09-21 15:14:01 -0400
    Q: My actions can help change the health of the Chesapeake Bay.
    A: Strongly Agree
  • Laurel Peltier
    answered 2015-09-21 15:13:55 -0400
    Q: I understand ways that I can make a difference to watershed health.
    A: 3=Agree
  • Laurel Peltier
    answered 2015-09-21 15:13:49 -0400
    Q: Having a lot of concrete and asphalt on our grounds prevents polluted water runoff.
    A: 1=Strongly Disagree
  • Laurel Peltier
    answered 2015-09-21 15:13:43 -0400
    Q: The chemical fertilizers that people use on their lawns can improve the health of the Chesapeake Bay
    A: 1=Strongly Disagree
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