Educate, Advocate, Serve

Our river can’t speak for itself; yet we’ve experienced clearly what happens when no one speaks for it.

Our politics, our governance, our communities, our natural resources — they are all part of a larger system that depends on voices. The decisions that are made about our future are not inherently correct. They start from ideas and goals, but they are further refined by perspectives. We must be there to provide perspectives on how these ideas and goals shape our river and our community’s relationship to it.

And we earn credibility in these conversations through demonstrations of our commitment.

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