The Monocacy River is the largest river in Frederick County and provides more than a quarter of the City of Frederick's drinking water, but its waters are threatened. Polluted runoff carries sediment, phosphorus, and fecal bacteria into the river each time it rains; the Maryland Department of the Environment declared that the Monocacy River shows unhealthy levels of all three pollutants.
The Pinelands Commission will hold a special meeting for the public to comment on whether the South Jersey Gas pipeline project complies with the rules that protect the Pinelands. Take Action.
For the past 30 years, Clean Water Action has held an environmental conference in New Jersey, inspiring education, organizing and activism.
Please Save the Date for Clean Water Action's 31st Annual Conference:
Saturday, April 8, 2016, 9 am-5 pm at The Wardlaw Hartridge School, 1295 Inman Ave, Edison, NJ 08820
This annual event brings together over 100 residents, organizational leaders, scientists, policymakers, and students who are focused on protecting water and creating more resilient and healthy communities.
Please join us for a meet and greet with our new Eastern Pennsylvania Director, Maurice M Sampson II.
We are excited to announce our Clean Water 50/50 Raffle! We will be picking three lucky winners at our Clean Water Celebration at Asbury Park Brewery being held January 20, 2017 (winner need not be present).
Join us for our second annual Wine Wingding.
Deadly diesel pollution is harming our children, workers, and neighbors in NJ's port communities. Clean Water Action and the Coalition for Healthy Ports have been pushing for clean air and good jobs, but we can't do it alone.
Will you join us at a Listening Session to get involved? RSVP here.
What: Listening Session co-sponsored by the Port Authority of NYNJ and Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Region 2