Show Them the River

Essay and Photos by Josephine Purdy NWNL Editor’s Note: Oh, to be a college student spending a summer in watershed conservation! We are publishing this commentary so this student’s clear-eyed vision and sense of purpose can inspire other students to leave IPhones behind in order to splash across streams and learn the joys of conservation … Continue reading Show Them the River

#Climate4Peace – NOW

The last few months have been charged with galvanizing grassroots energy. We’ve seen 'Kayak-tivists' halt Shell’s Arctic icebreaker, and campaigns such as Keep it in the Ground and DIVEST.  People are increasingly  gathering and marching in hundreds of cities around the world and calling for clean energy solutions. In NYC this past weekend, global activism … Continue reading #Climate4Peace – NOW

making a difference drop by drop

It's all about stewardship.  Without grassroots efforts to protect our clean safe water, nothing will happen. Politicians and decision-makers need to hear your voice. AFRICAN PROVERB:  “If you think you are too small to make a difference, try sleeping in a closed room with a mosquito.” - Posted by Jasmine Graf, NWNL Associate Director