A New Decade – A New Timeline!

NO WATER – NO FOOD – NO PEACE

NWNL partnered with Kickstart in 2016 and visited its farmers on Kenya’s Mau Forest slopes. Grace Wacira uses a KickStart foot-pedal pump to grow cabbages on her 5 acres, multiplying family profits many-fold. Thanks to Kickstart’s pump, she now has water even in the dry season.
Photo: Alison M Jones for NWNL

AN AMAZING DECADE FOR NWNL

We’ve spanned 2 continents since 2006 and reached millions via social media, lectures, exhibits, stories, awards and websites. While celebrating, we’re also creating a new timeline for an NWNL book with interviews and photographs, student pages on an updated website, and dissemination of our Voices of the River interviews.

Raritan River youth search for aquatic life during annual BioBlitz. Photo: Alison M Jones for NWNL

WHAT CAN YOU DO TO SUPPORT US?

To go fast, go alone. To go far, go together! — African Proverb

ADD YOUR VOICE to help strengthen NWNL!
More voices will more effectively protect more watersheds.

DONATE! No drop is too small. Whatever you send to NWNL will swell our number of supporters and thus our voice. A quick click on will increase our numbers of donors and dollars.

SEND US A SENTENCE (to be used anonymously) by return email that shares:
– Your appreciation of the values of our water resources, or
– Your thoughts on today’s freshwater threats

GIFT IDEAS! Visit the online NWNL Store
– Photographs as fine art prints
– Coaster Sets for your tables
– NWNL Books

– For FREE! Download our Educational Tools and Hydrographics.
These make thoughtful gifts for students, teachers and friends.

– Make a 2017 “Calculate & Reduce Pledge” using our Water Footprint Calculators

NWNL Hydrographics - FREE downloadable teaching tool or $30 elegant coaster set

Christmas in Natchez along the Mississippi River. Photo: Alison M Jones for NWNL

NWNL is more active than ever on our SOCIAL MEDIA platforms, follow us for watershed news that we study and disseminate on a daily basis!

“A problem is an opportunity that stimulates solutions.”
— Peter Coleridge, UK Philanthropist in Tanzania

[Published December 9, 2016]