It’s that time of year when we resolve to do good in the new year. In 2012, you helped Riverkeeper accomplish a lot in our efforts to defend the Hudson River and our drinking water. To make 2013 a success, please consider these simple New Year’s resolutions.I Resolve to Take Action
I Resolve to Volunteer
In 2012, more than 450 volunteers like you cleaned seven tons of shoreline trash from 30 river communities during the first-annual Riverkeeper Sweep. To join the 2nd annual day of service for the Hudson River on Saturday, May 11, please send an email to email@example.com with your name, address and phone number. Interested in other opportunities? Take our volunteer survey.
I Resolve to Report Polluters
Riverkeeper often learns about pollution in the watersheds of the Hudson River or New York City’s upstate reservoirs from citizen watchdogs like you, who send photos noting the date, time, location and conditions. Refer to the watchdog information on your membership card, or jot this down and carry it with you: firstname.lastname@example.org and 1-800-21-RIVER ext 235.
I Resolve to Lessen My Own Impact
You help protect the Hudson River and our drinking water supply by empowering Riverkeeper to stop polluters. You can also help keep water clean by changing habits at home. Check our website for simple tips on reducing water pollution, conserving water and conserving energy.
I Resolve to Tell a Friend about Riverkeeper
Tell a friend why you support Riverkeeper, and invite them to follow us on Facebook or Twitter or to receive our email updates. Increasing our audience is one of the most important building blocks for our success—and it’s one of the easiest ways that you can help!