There is safety in numbers. But as members of the multiple environmental organizations in this state have learned, there’s also a great deal of clout to be gained by pooling resources, setting priorities and working toward a coordinated agenda in a collaborative fashion.

Other advocacy and special interest groups could learn a thing or two from the environmentalists who continue to flex their muscle in the state Legislature and gain favor among voters. …

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