1. Stop Uranium Mining In the Black Hills!

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    Help us stop Uranium Mining in the Black Hills. http://igg.me/at/protect-the-water

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    • Filter Demonstration at a Swamp in Tanzania, Africa

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      H2O Ambassador walked 2 miles outside of the school he was staying out to collect water from a swamp. The swamp was a watering hole for cows and other grazing animals, and when he got there a child warned him not to drink the water. Using the filter, he was able to drink the water and show the kids that they could drink this water with this water filter.

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      • r4w 30

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        This 30 second PSA airs in May 2015 on Global TV in BC. It was produced by Jelly Marketing for the charity Run for Water.

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        • JUSTIN'S NUT BUTTER

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          World Hand Hygiene Day- takes place on May 5th of every year with the World Health Organization. Hand hygiene is especially important for survival in many regions of the world. Justin's proudly gives back to the mission internationally. Fraser Kershaw uses Justin's Nut butter pouches while he's on the road giving folks clean water. Check him out here: http://www.behindthewater.com & Check us out here: http://www.justins.com Sammy Butler- Music Matt Robeson- Cinematography Desirée Ebel- Actor David Bradshaw- Animation Voice Ruby Cahill, Mary Williams- Editor -------- Production Manager- Gary Shelling Producers- Cindy Nelson and Brian Roberts Sound- Bell Hanson -------- Special Thanks- Nancy Reed, Gary Belletto, & Dana Natalia -------- Justin's Nut Butter, Fraser Kershaw, World Health Organization, Behind the Water

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          • Jacinda Mack on Mount Polley

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            On April 3, First Nations representative, Jacinda Mack, joined Salmon Beyond Borders in Juneau, Alaska to speak about the impacts of Mount Polley to her home community.

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            • Montana's Riparian Zones

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              Waterways and riparian areas have always attracted humans . The impacts on riparian systems, especially in the Western United States, have been considerable. It is estimated that over 70 percent of western riparian habitat has been significantly altered or eliminated by draining, clearing, permanent flooding, diverting and damming. Upper Missouri Waterkeeper is a nonprofit, grassroots-based organization that serves as a public advocate for healthy waterways and communities covering over 25,000 sq. miles in Southwest and West-Central Montana’s Upper Missouri River Basin. Without healthy riparian buffers all types of pollutants end up in Montana's rivers and creeks, including: fertilizers, herbicides and pesticides, organic and inorganic compounds, bacteria and viruses, hormones and antibiotics. Water quantity and water quality are becoming one of the most significant problems in Montana's Upper Missouri River Basin. Traditional agricultural practices and increasing urbanization accompanying unprecedented population growth are pushing water resources to their limits in many communities. In the face of these challenges there is substantial research data to suggest that riparian buffers - long, contiguous vegetated areas along rivers - are a cost effective tool in mitigating water quality problems. Unfortunately, many riparian zones in Montana do not function properly because they've been degraded to the point that they cannot protect local water quality or provide the resources needed to make them suitable as wildlife habitat or as wildlife corridor. Healthy riparian buffers keep rivers deep, cold, and clean which directly supports local fisheries health! Upper Missouri Waterkeeper works every day to create solutions, like riparian buffers, that defend waterways and fisheries from harm and provide critical protection in the future. Join us today by becoming a member and help us protect the Last, Best Rivers in Southwest and West-central Montana.

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              • Conversations At the Well: Meet Stella!

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                The first in a series of short videos introducing you to members of our projects and showing how they are empowered by clean water. Stella from Lungulu village faced a challenge - the nearest school for her young children was 7 kms (2 miles) away. Watch the video now to see how she solved it and ensured that all kids in her village can go to school! Make a donation or send a Mother's Day card to your Mother and help fund programs for moms like Stella: http://bit.ly/cwigive Learn more at http://clearwaterinitiative.org

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                • It's All About the Water

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                  Protecting working farms and forests in the Upper Delaware River region protects our clean drinking water--for us, and for millions of people downstream. It promotes a sustainable local economy. And it protects healthy habitat for eagles and other wildlife. visit www.DelawareHighlands.org to learn more.

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                  • Clean Water - Dirty Kids

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                    TRK’s Educational program teaches students to think like water, following a water drop’s journey throughout the landscape and showing students how our everyday choices affect the quality of the river, the vitality of the land, and the health of our people. TRK’s innovative curriculum takes place both inside and outside of the classroom and the goals are to dispel fears and misconceptions of nature and the river, engage new communities in its appreciation, and establish nature education centers to connect people to the Tualatin River on a daily basis. Since 2005, over 6,500 children have been served in TRK school field trip programs (K-8th grade) in the cities of Hillsboro, Beaverton, Sherwood, Tigard, and Tualatin. In 2011 TRK opened the Dirksen Nature Park, built in collaboration with and owned by the City of Tigard. This rich land holds 42 acres of native habitat including the camas flower. Additionally, TRK believes that Native-inspired curriculum based on local traditional ecological knowledge needs to come to the forefront of environmental education curriculum design in Oregon. As such, we are currently working on integrating this approach throughout our entire environmental curriculum. TRK utilizes the varied landscapes of the Tualatin to run summer day camps for grades 4-6, allowing students to explore the natural world in a safe environment. All camps include hiking, arts and crafts, and games where your child is sure to make new friends and become a fledgling scientist. Nature Awareness and Service is a youth educational program catered to students in grades K-8. It is designed to help students learn techniques to enjoy the nature in the neighborhood and will instill an early interest in conservation, foster scientific curiosity, and build life-long stewardship of local natural areas. Additionally, TRK invites community members to become volunteers and share their knowledge and passion for the natural world. Volunteers can become field trip leaders, or day camp leaders. TRK educational programming values strength in diversity. In this spirit, TRK has partnered with Adelante Mujeres and Community Partners in Affordable Housing to help reach previously under-represented groups with our quality educational materials. Since 2004 TRK has partnered with Adelante Mujeres to host ‘Rumba al Rio’, a paddle trip event geared towards Latino youth. Through these partnerships TRK aims to place students in the driver’s seat, giving them the skills and knowledge to become watershed conservation ambassadors in their own communities and bring the message of environmentalism directly to their classmates through their own words. www.tualatinriverkeepers.org https://donatenow.networkforgood.org/1430689

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                    • Clean Water

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                      A glass is filled with water that has been filtered through some filter purchased online. Then the water is given a good swirl around the glass, and the particulate content is seen. Audio is electronic virtual instrumentation feat. voiceover from a sampled online video of good parenting techniques.

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