Past Actions & Campaigns

Here are our recent past action alerts and campaign activities. These actions are visible here for archive purposes only, they are not currently active.

Take Action: Tell the EPA to keep our water clean!

The Environmental Protection Agency is seeking public input through May 15th so that it can begin making significant regulatory changes to common sense clean water protections. EPA head Scott Pruitt & President Trump want reform that will remove regulations which “eliminate jobs, or inhibit job creation,” or impose excessive economic … Continue reading

Take Action: Say thank you for funding clean water!

The thousands of rivers and streams in our communities are part of the Chesapeake Bay Watershed and supply the Washington, D.C. metro region with a network of drinking water, food, jobs, and recreation for all 6 million of us. Unfortunately, the President’s proposed budget would eliminate the EPA’s Chesapeake Bay … Continue reading

Action Alert: Demand Clean Rivers and Streams in DC in this Century!

Every time it rains, streets, parking lots, and rooftops in the District of Columbia send millions of gallons of polluted runoff into the Potomac River, the Anacostia River and other local waterways. This pollution makes the rivers unsafe to use and unhealthy for wildlife, and it puts our families’ health … Continue reading

Action Alert: Save Willett Branch Stream Buffer!

Montgomery Parks has a beautiful park planned for the Willett Branch in the Westbard Sector. The residents of the Housing Opportunity Commission’s Westwood Tower Apartments will be big winners with this park, enjoying the benefits of nature, a sparkling restored creek, pedestrian trails that connect to the Capital Crescent Trail … Continue reading

Take Action: Tell the state and federal agencies to Deep Green the Purple Line!

Strong public transit that reduces car use and urban sprawl is an essential part of protecting our region’s land and water. But when new transit infrastructure is built, it must be done right. Right now, the US Army Corps of Engineers, the Maryland Department of the Environment, and the Maryland … Continue reading