Hey West Virginia! Got fracking? Got mountaintop removal? Got acid mine drainage? Got oil & gas? Got chemical spills? Got sludge “ponds”? Got underground slurry injection? Got conductivity? Got selenium pollution? Got buried streams?
Got to stand up for clean water! Come out Saturday, January 17 for a training and a rally for clean water, more events in January: A Month of Water, held in Charleston, WV.
January 17: Safe Water System Leadership Training
9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. (lunch provided) at St. Marks United Methodist Church, 900 Washington St E., Charleston, WV. Register at bit.ly/WaterLeadershipTraining. This leadership training, hosted by Advocates for a Safe Water System, will inform you on what a safe water system is and how you can involve your friends and neighbors in our strategy to improve the Kanawha Valley’s water system. Join this event on Facebook here.
January 17: 2:00 p.m. Water Unites Us: Rally for Clean Water Statewide. Join us on the WV State Capitol steps (on the Kanawha Blvd. side of the capitol building). Come learn about the threats to our water and what you can do to take a stand for clean water!
~Contaminated wells—Chemical spills—Acid mine drainage—Dead streams—Water table drop—Selenium—Slurry spills—Cracked wells—Leaky settlement ponds—Inadequate municipal water systems—Liquid fracking waste~
All over West Virginia, citizens are fighting for cleaner water… It’s time to band together: Join the Statewide movement for clean water because Clean Water is a Human Right! Bring friends and your own signs!