Our Water in Wisconsin:

It's time to protect your water, Wisconsin!

If you believe in the value of our water and need to protect it, support this simple and specific Declaration of Principles for Wisconsin's Water.

  • Every single person in Wisconsin requires and deserves safe, clean drinking water.
  • Wisconsin's water belongs to everyone. There should be no conflict between business needs and public needs.
  • With diverse landscapes and natural resources, local governments and constituents must have a role in creating and implementing policies to protect the unique waters in their jurisdictions appropriately.
  • Clean and plentiful water that supports a healthy habitat for fisheries, wildlife, residents and visitors is essential for a strong tourism industry and a vital economy in Wisconsin.

If you agree, add your name below. Your voice counts and your name counts. Tell your elected officials NOW.


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I support this Declaration of Principles for Water in Wisconsin!

Your personal information will not be sold or shared beyond this campaign. The number of supporters who sign on here will be used to convey the level of public support for these principles.

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Stay Connected!

If you would like to stay informed about water issues in Wisconsin and continue to take action to protect your water, there are a several things you can do.

  1. Personally tell your elected officials and candidates from town to state level that protecting your water matters to you. They need to know about your concerns. Go to their public events, call them up, send them an email, or mail them a letter. If you don't know who your state legislators are, you can find your legislator on this website - www.legis.wisconsin.gov.
  2. Join, follow, or learn more about the many conservation groups around the state that are already working to protect our waters. Click on the social media links above to connect!
  3. Tell us your Wisconsin water story. Why do you love your lake, river or wetland? How has your water been harmed or threatened? Share your story with us on Facebook or Twitter and include the hashtag #itsyourwaterwisconsin

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Organizations and businesses in support of this Declaration:

Central sands water action coalition
river alliance
Wisconsin Lakes

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1,000 Friends of Wisconsin

Bad River Watershed Association

Central Wisconsin Nature Foundation

Clean Water Action Council of Northeast Wisconsin

Clean Wisconsin

Crawford Stewardship Project

Door County Brewing Co.

Earth/Art Resources

Farms Not Factories

Fontana Sports Specialties

Friends of Hackmatack National Wildlife Refuge

Kewaunee CARES

Friends of Badfish Creek Watershed

Friends of Lake Mohawksin, Inc.

Friends of the Central Sands

Friends of the Kinni

Friends of the Little Plover River

Horsehead Lake P&R District #1

Lac Courte Oreilles Lake Association

Lakeshore Natural Resource Partnership

Lake Winnetka/Sugar River Improvement Association Inc.

Lower Sugar River Watershed Association

Midwest Environmental Advocates

Petenwell and Castle Rock Stewards

Plum Lake Association

Protect Wood County & Its Neighbors

Rock River Coalition

Rutabaga Paddlesports

Sierra Club - John Muir Chapter

Sustain Rural Wisconsin Network

Tainter Menomin Lake Improvement Association

Upper Sugar River Watershed Association

Valley Stewardship Network

Vilas County Lakes & Rivers Association

Waukesha County Environmental Action League

Wild Rivers Trout Unlimited

Wisconsin Canoe Company

Wisconsin League of Conservation Voters

Wisconsin Shoreland Initiative

Wisconsin Trout Unlimited

Wisconsin Wildlife Federation

Words for Water

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