Don't let Trump Kill the Clean Water Rule

 
Do not let Trump kill the Clean Water Rule

Trump's EPA is trying to remove valuable protections for our rivers, streams, and wetlands!

The Clean Water Rule provides common sense protections for streams and wetlands across the country. It protects drinking water sources for nearly 1 in 3 Americans. It protects wetlands throughout the nation that filter pollutant, absorb floodwaters, dampen storm surge and provide habitat for countless wildlife. It was a no-brainer supported by millions of Americans and backed by science. 

But that is all at risk nowTake action to protect our water.

The Trump administration wants to roll back these protections.  We can't let that happen. Make your voice heard - send a message to EPA today. Tell Administrator Scott Pruitt: Hands off our water.

Clean Water is essential to human health, vital to healthy communities, and necessary for a robust economy.  We rely on these small streams for drinking water and these wetlands to protect our communities from floods. Everyone, from fishermen to brewers to beachgoers, need clean water. Wildlife depend on  the habitat these water bodies provide. The fact is everyone needs clean water. We must make sure these small streams and wetlands are protected. Don't let the Trump Administration allow even more wetland destruction and pollution.

Take action today - click here

 

Matt is GRN's Senior Policy Director

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