Help Us Show Support Clean Water, Healthy Rivers

Join us on Tuesday, May 13th from 1:00-2:00pm EST for a Twitter chat with clean water experts from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to learn more about the recently proposed Clean Water rule. This proposed rule is an important step forward to clarify protections under the Clean Water Act for small streams and wetlands which were put into question following two Supreme Court cases in 2001 and 2006.

Want to get involved? Here’s how you can help:

Before Tuesday, help us spread the word about this opportunity to share your love for rivers and clean water. Encourage your followers to join the conversation!

  • Add your voice to efforts to #protectcleanwater! @EPAwater is hosting a Twitter chat on clean water May 13th at 1 pm ET

  • Love to paddle clean rivers? Join a Twitter chat May 13th at 1 pm ET with EPA experts @EPAwater on efforts to better #protectcleanwater

  • Speak up to #protectcleanwater! @EPAwater is hosting a Twitter chat May 13th at 1 pm ET

On Tuesday at 1:00pm EST, head to @EPAWater’s Twitter account or to follow the chat. Use the hashtag #USwaters to participate in the chat where you can re-tweet the EPA’s posts, ask questions about the proposed rule, and send out your own tweets using the hashtag #protectcleanwater to show your support for clean water and healthy rivers. Here are some tweets you can share to get started.

Thanks @EPA for taking action to protect drinking water for 117m Americans. #protectcleanwater #USwaters

55% of our stream + river miles are in “poor” condition. Thank you @EPA for your action to #ProtectCleanWater #USwaters

What happens upstream, affects us downstream. I support @EPA’s action to #protectcleanwater #USwaters!

The Clean Water Rule. Bad for polluters, good for clean water. Thank you @EPA for your action to #ProtectCleanWater #USwaters

Rivers don’t start in just one place. Thank @EPA for taking action to #ProtectCleanWater #USwaters

Our rivers are connected. Thanks @EPA you support efforts to #ProtectCleanWater #USwaters

Wetlands reduce flooding by storing and slowing floodwaters. Thanks @EPA for taking action to #ProtectCleanWater #USwaters.

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