November 5, 2012
River Network has provided tremendous service to two different watershed protection and conservation organizations I have led over the last 12 years. I was introduced to River Network through their annual National River Rally in 2003. That event was somewhat life-changing. As a relatively new water protection advocate I was introduced to hundreds of supportive individuals and provided multiple materials produced by River Network that would end up helping me protect my local watershed in Southcentral Pennsylvania, and later in my organization's work on the east coats's largest river, the Susquehanna. The work sessions at River Rally provided every aspect of guidance, from organizational functions and fundraising, to complex pollution science, to in depth discussion of what environmental protection laws really mean and how are they used. The continued support offered through emails and newsletters has been a constant support line. River Network is one of the most helpful and useful organizations I have ever worked with.
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