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I am a free lance journalist, educator (University of New Mexico, Valencia Campus) and poet.I have been concerned for environmental issues for decades, but I claim no special expertise in that area. In... more
My sister works for WWR and I have had the pleasure of meeting a number of the board members. The dedication, devotion and heart... more »
I would like to say congratulations to Rob and Harper at the Ocean River Institute. I have been so inspired by your work and... more »
- Cambridge, MA
The Conservation Fund is an accredited land trust. Accreditation means The Conservation Fund meets national quality standards... more »
- Arlington, VA
My husband Ian and I are members of the Rotary Club of Morningside in Johannesburg South Africa. Joanne was introduced to us... more »
- Coconut Creek, FL
Project AWARE is an awesome movement of divers protecting the ocean one dive at a time and I'm proud to be part of this movement.... more »
- Rancho Santa Margarita, CA
I had the privilege to volunteer for Tampa Bay Watch for quite some time in their main facility, as well as at several outreach... more »
- Tierra Verde, FL
Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado has hosted our elementary school and Girl Scout troop on a variety of stewardship projects - trail... more »
- Denver, CO
The Chesapeake Bay Foundation is leading efforts across the Bay watershed to focus attention, resources and action to properly... more »
- Annapolis, MD
OSU Lynn wrote:
FLOW has been an important partner with the Ohio State University's Olentangy River Wetland Research Park. Their organization... more »
- Columbus, OH
Patty M wrote:
I am a personal donor and a huge fan of the beautiful poetry that is the heart of ROW program. A chorus I sing with, WomenSing,... more »
- Berkeley, CA
"Water is the most abundant compound on Earth's surface, covering about 70%. It is essential for all living things.
Without it, people would suffer needlessly. Nearly 1,000,000,000 people don't have access to clean, safe drinking water. This is why each citizen should do his/her part in providing clean and safe drinking water for those who don't have it."
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