It only takes a minute to make a difference. Here are four ways to protect clean water right now:
Comment on Pebble Mine, a massive open pit mine at the headwaters of Bristol Bay that threatens the world’s largest sockeye salmon run.
401: States’ rights to protect their water
The EPA is trying to undercut the ability of states to protect their own water resources.
The Clean Water Rule is under attack, leaving headwater streams and wetlands vulnerable. Contact your member of Congress and tell them to defend clean water protections.
Public Lands Renewable Energy Development Act
The Public Lands Renewable Energy Development Act would help fund future conservation work and offset impacts to habitat and communities in areas where renewable energy development is occurring. This bi-partisan bill is an opportunity to balance renewable energy with fish and wildlife needs.
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Acting for conservation can take on many forms. And to make an impact for future generations, we must all be willing to donate our talents, whatever they may be.
Whether it is volunteering at a local stream clean-up, making a dollar contribution to a conservation organization or participating in the political process, your contribution is never too small.
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