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Visit our new Floatoshoot board at: http://pinterest.com/beeswaxfloater/honeypot-floatoshoot/ Protect our clean water and protect your watershed. Buy a Honeypot beeswax luminary. Twenty-five percent of your retail purchase goes to the Waterkeeper Alliance member organization of your choice.
We would like to thank Kate McLaughlin and the Prince William Soundkeepers for joining us in the Floatoshoot Initiative. We look forward to working with their team and bringing awareness to their cause.
FIGHTING FOR HEALTHY WATERWAYS
By: Creighton Cutts
Something profound happened in Portland, Oregon, this past May that has never happened before, anywhere. In recognition of the 40th anniversary of the 1972 U.S. Clean Water Act, two national (and international) environmental organizations, the River Network and the Waterkeeper Alliance, combined their annual conferences into one event, the River Rally. Over seven hundred dedicated Water Warriors (including many representing the southeast U.S.) gathered to become more focused, more efficient and more powerful. We can only hope that it is not too late. Pollution, water depletion and encroachment have compromised the health of all southeastern rivers and lakes and all life (including us) that depends on them. Continue reading
For forty years my dad, Doc, has gathered up every piece of trash he has found in the creek that flows past our home. He took almost all of it to the dump. But every toy he has found he … Continue reading
Honeypot Floatoshoot Project on Kickstarter NOW! Every pledge counts as a vote! Please watch the video,
‘like’, pledge – even just $1.00 – and share with your friends! And then lets watch what happens! Continue reading
http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1029953918/honeypot-floatoshoot-tour-1First 24 Hours a success! Keep up the pace and we’ll double the $12,000.00 Goal! Thanks to all the supporters so far. Remember even the $1.00 Pledge helps drive the Popular Project ratings and can really help!
We are swamped with dogwood blossoms and azaleas! Got to pick as hard and fast as we can to put enough away for the rest of the year. Normally, azaleas come out a couple of weeks ahead of the peak … Continue reading