Clean Water Action and ReThink Disposable are excited to be a part of Siren Arts Summer Residency and Exhibition Program "Turning the Tide" happening every Thursday evening, July 12 - August 23, at Sunset on 2nd Avenue Beach in Asbury Park, NJ. The series will feature emerging visual artists and performance art events focused on themes of ocean conservation.
Like local beer? Like to support local businesses? Like clean water? Then join us June 13th at our spring happy hour at the fabulous Hog River Brewing Company.
"The State of Maryland has determined… that most waterways in the Monocacy River Watershed do not meet water quality standards.” (Monocacy Scenic River Management Plan, page 9-4)
Celebrate with us at a Clean Water Cookout in Ellicott City on June 19th from 6 to 8 PM.
We will kick back and celebrate the passage of two bills that will better protect Maryland's water resources and the health of our communities: HB1765, a bill that closes a loophole on nitrogen credits for septic systems and incentivizes counties to create Septic Stewardship Plans that will better protect the health or their people and waterways, and the inclusion of Green Stormwater Infrastructure in two separate, but related, complete streets bills.
Please join the Center for the Study of Responsive Law, Clean Water Action and Friends of the Earth for a memorial gathering to honor the life and legacy of David Zwick.
Program starting at 4pm, Reception to follow (light food & refreshments)
Whether or not you are able to attend, please use our RSVP form so we can stay in touch and avoid duplicate messages.