Frequently asked questions
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What is the Ten Towns • Ten Actions Campaign?
The Ten Towns • Ten Actions Campaign is an initiative of the NH Network Plastics Working Group working to reduce plastic waste and pollution in New Hampshire for the future health and well-being of our citizens, our children, and our environment through local actions leading to statewide legislation. We are moving toward a zero-waste future!
How Can I Get Involved in the Ten Towns • Ten Actions Campaign?
Getting involved in the Ten Towns • Ten Actions Campaign is easy. Just contact one of the Leader Resource Team members if you live in their town, or email firstname.lastname@example.org to learn how to become a Ten Towns • Ten Actions Leader in your own community.
Can there be more than 10 towns involved in the Ten Towns • Ten Actions Campaign?
Absolutely! We have a founding group of leaders, catalysts, and community organizers from 10 towns around New Hampshire, and we'd love to have more people sign on to the campaign and get started taking actions that make sense for their communities.
We have grown to more than 40 towns in just 1 year!
Do I Have to Take Ten Actions? Can I Take Just One or Two?
The Ten Towns • Ten Actions Toolkit is designed to be a menu of choices. You can choose to work on any number of actions that make sense for your community. Be sure to tell us your success story so we can share your good work with other communities! We are adding actions to the menu as the campaign moves along.
I'm Ready to Take Action. Where Do I Start?
Start here to learn more about the Ten Towns • Ten Actions Framework and review the menu of actions.