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Dust off your hiking or walking shoes and get them ready for World Water Day on Saturday March 22nd as we Walk for Water! Water is our most precious and finite resource that is unfortunately at risk. Whether it is droughts out West to water contamination in West Virginia; this resource is being used and abused.
On World Water Day join the New Jersey Sierra Club as we Walk for Water raising awareness about water issues locally and globally. Highlighting the issues we are facing in our state and the issues facing the over 780 million people around the world who lack access to clean water. We will be walking along the Delaware & Raritan Canal, a waterway that is at risk of fracking and is a water resource for many parts of the state. The beautiful 3 mile hike will signify the average distance someone in the developed world walks to get their water.
This is a great event to get outdoors to celebrate this precious natural resource while learning about what is threatening it and how to protect it. We all need water to live, which is why we should be celebrating it and protecting it!
WALK FOR WATER BECAUSE WATER IS LIFE!
When: World Water Day Saturday March 22nd at 10 AM
Where: Bulls Island State Park
2185 Daniel Bray Hwy
Stockton, NJ 08559
PLEASE carpool if you can since parking is limited
When & Where
New Jersey Sierra Club
For more information contact Nicole Dallara at firstname.lastname@example.org or 609-656-7612.