Charleston Waterkeeper Says Water the Future

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Like a lot of you, the ample supply of local water has become threaded into my family life. We play in the marsh behind our house, swim at the beach, fish in the creeks, and surf in the ocean. We love it all, and I bet you do too. That’s why we all need to protect it.

Charleston Waterkeeper has kicked off the Water the Future campaign.They’re asking lowcountry residents to share images of local waterways, give a little to support the cause, become a member, and spread the word about the Charleston Water keeper mission.

8 Responses to “Charleston Waterkeeper Says Water the Future”

  1. 1

    It is an exciting prospect. I’m curious now if it really will be so

  2. 2 Cassandra D. Everhart

    I really enjoyed reading your blog and points that you expressed. my site

  3. 3 John Dolan

    I’m glad to hear the water situation is good for now – resources are always important for any municipality. Can’t take it for granted masonry contractor near me. I liked the added touch with the video.

  4. 4 Frey Karts

    Such a great realization. Just a simple act could inspire many. Who would want to unwind in a polluted place. Thanks!


  5. 5 Sam Jewel

    Though this has been 12 years ago. We should all the more be more aware of our waste. Keeping the bodies of water clean around will have a great impact to the environment in general, even in the whole world.
    Really glad that our waste disposal team in is helping not just your homes but the environment.

  6. 6 Painting contractor

    Some information. This is a great site. Nicely done. house painter Bellingham

  7. 7 electrician

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  8. 8 Marian

    This is indeed a great post, we should really protect our waterways for future generations! Thank you for sharing such a wonderful article.

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