~ The Alabama Clean Water Partnership ~
Working TOGETHER for Clean Water!
What We Do:
The Alabama Clean Water Partnership (ACWP) is all about
"making connections" ~ linking individuals, companies, organizations and governing bodies in order to educate the public and put projects on the ground to protect and preserve Alabama's incredible water resources and aquatic ecosystems.
What We Don't Do:
The ACWP is a "neutral" entity, so we don't fight permits, file lawsuits, get involved in regulatory issues, or promote issues that might alienate any one stakeholder group. The ACWP is all about stakeholders MAKING CONNECTIONS,
identifying "common ground" and WORKING TOGETHER!
Because of all the ways in which water is used:
Why is the Clean Water Partnership Needed?
For drinking, recreation, transportation, aesthetics,
agricultural irrigation, wildlife habitat, waste removal. . .
It is important that all interests work together!
Please browse through our web site, find a place to "connect",
and contact us to get involved. . . Volunteers and project partners are always welcome.
Together we CAN make a difference!
Do you know of a stream that "needs help"? Click here and let us know!
2015 ACWP Statewide Conference
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27th Annual Alabama Coastal Cleanup
Alabama Strikeforce Initiative Meetings
Community Outreach Meetings sponsored by Natural Resource Conservation Service and the following partners are being held across the state.
Coosa Stakeholders Tour Yellowleaf Mitigation Bank
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