Clean Water Action's 29th Annual Conference, entitled Register today or download the, is being held Saturday, April 25, 2015 from 9:00 am-5:00 pm at Brookdale Community College's Warner Student Life Center, Lot #7, Arena Drive, Lincroft, NJ.
The conference will feature:
This Earth Day help us celebrate by calling for stronger protections for our environment and public health!
Join State Senator Raymond Lesniak, Linden Mayor Derek Armstead, and concerned citizens Tuesday, April 21, as we fight to stop two major threats to public health and our communities: the bad Exxon settlement and the Pilgrim Pipeline. And be sure to join us at our #Act4CleanWater conference at Brookdale Community College on Saturday, April 25, 2015. More info below!
The governor rejec
Last year, Pennsylvania rolled back protections for our best rivers and streams, which you helped put in place. Now, developers can destroy trees for new development next to rivers.
Furthermore, the new policy states that replacing a forested buffer miles away from their project is an acceptable alternative. Maintaining existing buffers should be mandatory. Buffers are proven to be the best way to protect water quality. Trees, shrubs, and other plants that line the banks of waterways filter pollution, reduce flooding, and create healthy habitat.