Thursday, March 3, 2011

Tell Mount Hope Farm What You Think and Win "Cool Jazz" tickets

Tell Mount Hope Farm What You Think

Survey Participant Can Win August 7th “Cool Jazz” Tickets!

The Mount Hope Trust invites public input as it engages in a strategic planning process for Mount Hope Farm, which is open to the public. By taking a survey, you can tell trustees about your experience at Mount Hope Farm and your interest in visiting and using the 127-acre property in Bristol.
The survey is accessible at Paper copies are available at Mount Hope Farm, at the Rogers Free Library, and at the Bristol Town Hall. The online survey is open until March 25.

One survey participant will win a prize of two tickets to Mount Hope Farm’s Cool Jazz at Cove Cabin event, on August 7. The winner will be selected randomly from among those who complete the survey and provide contact information. Otherwise, all respondees remain completely anonymous.

Survey input will be used by the Strategic Planning Committee to make recommendations to the board of trustees. The committee is gathering additional data and information through focus groups with Mount Hope Farm volunteers, a workshop with regional experts, and interviews.

Visitors to Mount Hope Farm are amid land held sacred by Native Americans and on the remnant of a British land grant from Charles II. Mount Hope Farm is one of the last preserved saltwater farms on Mount Hope Bay. In addition to offering the historic B&B, a barn, and the waterside Cove Cabin event venue, Mount Hope Farm features an extensive shoreline, woodlands, wetlands, fields, trails, and stunning vistas.

Thanks so much for your help!

Janet K. Zwolinski
Executive Director

Mount Hope Farm
250 Metacom Avenue
Bristol, Rhode Island 02809
Tel. 401-254-1745, ext. 101
Fax. 401-254-1270

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