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Being able to embed the action form into a Mtnrs blog or webpage would simplify the number of steps/clicks members would have to take in order to engage on an action.4 votesIn Review · AdminJeff Bowman (Associate Director of Information Technology, The Mountaineers) responded
We now have a new staff-only "Raw HTML Page" where we can embed code like that needed for an EveryAction Form. We do not yet have that capability for Blog Posts, but we may not need that if we are clever about how we use the page option on our website and in our communications.
I recommend placing a First Nation Land Acknowledgment statement on the bottom of The Mountaineers webpages. As an organization, we should recognize the ancestors and current stewards of the lands we live, work, and recreate on. A great example of this is already on the Braided River website/webpages. https://www.braidedriver.org.3 votesCompleted · AdminJeff Bowman (Associate Director of Information Technology, The Mountaineers) responded
Completed Sep 2022. Add page in our About menu and have a blog post series planned.
Our colleagues at American Whitewater turned us on to Salesforce congressional district matching through an application called Cicero. Having this kind of legislative information handy for our Salesforce contacts would be very valuable for our conservation and advocacy program, both from a digital advocacy standpoint, as well as for future congressional events/legislator engagements. American Whitewater staff found the application affordable and valuable for them. Cicero can be used in conjunction with a Tech Soup account. Thanks for your consideration!2 votes
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