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The Elements of Stewardship


1. Awareness: recognizing that there is a problem

2. Analysis: understanding the basic cause/s of the problem

3. Commitment: developing both the desire and the will to do what is required to fix the problem

4. Using without Abusing: accepting the need to strike a balance

5. Education: acquiring the knowledge needed to achieve this balance

6. Community Involvement: becoming part of the solution

7. Taking Responsibility: setting formal limits

8. Changing Old Views: developing a long-term ethical commitment to provide for long-term care and protection.





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