We invite you to get involved with the Clean Water Act 50th Anniversary campaign! Whether you volunteer for a trash cleanup or tree planting, send a letter to your legislator advocating for clean water legislation, install a rain garden or stream buffer, participate in a webinar or town hall, become a member of your local Waterkeeper group, or make a donation, it all makes a difference. The foundation of the Clean Water Act is based on community members reclaiming their right to clean water by reporting pollution, getting involved in public meetings and hearings, and exercising our statutory rights to stop pollution and restore our waterways. Together, we can build a cleaner, more just future for everyone. Follow our social media #CWA50 & #CleanWaterAct50 and sign up for our newsletter to keep up to date.
Find your local Waterkeeper and learn how you can get involved in protecting your local rivers, streams, and bays.
Report pollution through The Water Reporter app. Download it today!
Before you visit your favorite river or beach, download the Swim Guide app and check out the water conditions.