Join Food & Water Watch TONIGHT to learn about water resources availability, efficacy, and financing in the 50 years since the passing of the Clean Water Act in the United States. Hear from experts and community leaders about how we can pass the WATER Act, stop water privatization, and ensure clean, affordable water for all.
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Keeping our Great Lakes beaches clean starts with you! Adopt-a-Beach cleanups are a fun, free, easy way to give back to your community and keep plastic pollution out of our Great Lakes. It’s easy to jump right into the Adopt-a-Beach community. Join a cleanup today!
You can take part in two ways: Find an Adopt-a-Beach cleanup near you and sign up. A Team Leader will meet you at the beach with all the supplies! You can also become a Team Leader and host your own cleanup with friends, family, or community members. This is a great opportunity to keep your community beautiful and engage those around you. We have lots of resources to help you organize a successful cleanup! You can sign up to attend a cleanup or to become a Team Leader at adopt.greatlakes.org. We hope to see you on the beach this season!
Information about becoming a Team Leader, Training, and registration is available at: https://adopt.greatlakes.org/s/
The Alliance for the Great Lakes is a nonpartisan nonprofit working across the Great Lakes region to protect our most precious resource: the fresh, clean, and natural waters of the Great Lakes. We are active in advocacy, volunteering, education, and research. Each year, through the Adopt-a-Beach program, thousands of volunteers work to keep the Great Lakes shorelines healthy by removing litter from our beaches and collecting important data. We hope you’ll join us this season as we work to reach our goal of 500,000 pounds of litter removed from Great Lakes shorelines! Join the Adopt-a-Beach movement today!
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