Every morning the first thing I do is drink a glass of water from the tap. Then I boil some water for coffee. And take a shower with clean Oregon water. We’re lucky in Oregon to have clean and abundant water, but when was the last time you took a moment to really appreciate the amazing resource that sustains us?
This map will remind decision-makers that Oregonians are smart about water, we care, and we are committed to what it takes to protect it.
March 22 is World Water Day. Here in Oregon, we’re inviting people across the state to help us create a vivid picture of just how much Oregonians love the water that we depend on—and that countless species of fish and wildlife share, too.
Add your voice to the map today!
Why? Because if we take clean and abundant water for granted, we have a lot to lose. In the years to come, Oregon will be faced with tough choices about managing our water, balancing what we need for our livelihood, hobbies, health and for the Oregon we hope to pass along to future generations. This map will remind decision-makers that Oregonians are smart about water, we care, and we are committed to what it takes to protect it.
How will you shape Oregon’s water future?
Millions of Oregonians depend on clean and abundant water for their livelihood, hobbies and health, as do countless species of fish and wildlife that need clean water for habitat and life. We all have a stake in preserving this precious resource – for our health, for our jobs and for our kids.
Visit OregonWorldWaterDay.org to add your voice to the map today!