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Facebook is changing your newsfeed. But you can still keep current with Riverkeeper

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Photo-illustration: MKH Marketing

You might have heard that Facebook is changing its algorithm so that you’ll see more posts from your family and friends. But it also means that you’ll be seeing fewer posts in your feed from Riverkeeper and other pages that you “Like.”

Facebook has become an essential tool for us to bring you the news about our campaigns, like the Hudson River Anchorages, clean drinking water, Indian Point and Hudson River PCBs. We also use it notify you about events like the Riverkeeper Sweep, public meetings, demonstrations, documentaries and discussions regarding our communities and the environment.

If you want to continue to get the latest news from Riverkeeper, there are a few things you can do:

1. Put Riverkeeper at the top of your Facebook feed. Visit Riverkeeper’s page, tap the “Following” icon, and then select “See First.” That way, you’re sure to see all the  latest news from us each time you log on.

2. Get our latest news and events via messaging.  Text CURRENT to 21333 and get updates (about 5/month) right on your mobile phone. (Message & data rates may apply.)

3. Subscribe to our email newsletter. Riverkeeper publishes an occasional newsletter, “Keeping Current,” which highlights news about our work and regional environmental issues. You can subscribe to it by clicking this link.

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