Saturday, May 15, 2010

Support the front lines

Nearly 200 Waterkeepers serve as the voice of the world's waters.

Our Gulf Waterkeepers are the first line of defense during the ongoing Gulf disaster. Their incredible knowledge of the marshes, wetlands, beaches, and inner-coastal waters make them invaluable first responders. Their commitment makes them critical and effective community leaders. The wealth of scientific, legal and political knowledge and experience our Waterkeepers possess make them true voices of the people and of the environment on which they depend. And their dedication to a full recovery is unmatched.
The Gulf Waterkeepers need your help. Please support them by donating, and together, we can Save Our Gulf.
Your donations will provide everything Waterkeepers need, from clean-up supplies and protective gear, to emergency office space and food for volunteers. With additional support our Gulf Waterkeepers will help to assure that the decisions being made in response to this disaster take into account the co
Photos by Waterkeepers on the front lines... Ground Zero of the BP Oil Slick Footage by John Wathen, Hurricane Creekkeeper


  1. Gentleman. The US Bordering and adjacent portion of the Gulf of Mexico is dead. I am sorry but that's the truth. This BP Spill of 2010 is Love Canal, Chernobyl, Exxon V/Alaska and every EPA Superfund Site in NJ all put together and multiplied by 50.

  2. Hi,
    Looking for a volunteer position from June 5 - 20. One or two of us from Canada; I'm a medical lab technologist and the other is an ex-oil rig worker. Please contact me at sustain_ability @


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