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Congress

Why Federal Appropriations Are A Water Thing

January 21, 2022

Perhaps nothing makes people run for the hills faster than the prospect of a meaty discussion about federal appropriations of funding for the federal government.

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A Lot Happens in 50 Years

January 20, 2022

You’ve probably seen the photos or heard the stories about rivers that caught on fire, smog that was thick enough to choke on, “dead” lakes like Lake Erie, and polluters able to do whatever they wa

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Set Your Year Off Right: 17 Zero-Waste and Minimalist Tips for Decluttering Your Home

January 19, 2022

There’s not a better time than the beginning of the year to make a change in your home.  Setting the intention to declutter and create a more sustainable and zero-waste home is a great goal to start off your year. With that in mind, it can seem overwhelming to begin your journey towards a minimalist home. 

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What I told EPA About Protecting Streams and Wetlands

January 14, 2022

This winter the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is holding a series of listening sessions about how it can it can strengthen protections for streams, wetlands, and sources of drinking water.

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What's Your Climate Resolution?

December 30, 2021

This new year, join us in creating eco-friendly resolutions to help combat the climate crisis, protect clean water, and help create more just, sustainable, and healthier communities for all. 

Thank you

Thank you for helping us take action for our water in 2021

November 23, 2021

It’s hard to believe that we’re already in the final months of 2021.