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Environment Texas

Posted by on March 5, 2013

Save Texas Rivers
Campaign Action Meeting

Thursday, March 14th, 2013
7:30-8:30 PM
Union (coffee shop)
5622 Dyer St., Dallas
(behind Twisted Root & down Dyer from Ozona’s)

Click here to RSVP!
Sign our petition!

In the midst of one of the worst droughts in Texas history, our rivers are running low and our wildlife and natural places are suffering. Here in Dallas, we depend on the Trinity River for our water supply, and more people in the state rely on it than any other Texas river.
The good news is that we have all of the water we need — we just need to get smarter about how we use it. We’re building a movement from the ground up all across Texas, calling on Governor Perry and the Texas Water Development Board to protect our rivers and set aside more funding for water conservation.
Saving our rivers and our water for future generations is a big task — but we can do it if we all work together.
Join us at the campaign action meeting and find out how you can help save Texas rivers.
With a $2 billion water bill moving through the state legislature, now is the time to act. At the campaign action meeting, we’ll talk about our plan to build public support by working with the media, reaching out to local businesses and organizations, and collecting hundreds of petition signatures. We’ll also write letters to the editor to start raising awareness in local newspapers.
It doesn’t take much to get involved. It can be as simple as talking to your friends or writing a letter. The important thing is to get involved now so we can keep our rivers and streams–from the Trinity to the Guadalupe–flowing for our children and grandchildren.
Click here to let us know you’re coming on March 14 at 7:30 PM. And make sure to bring a friend–the more people join in, the bigger impact we’ll make.
See you there!


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