Introduction to the Water Advocates Program
01/14/2014 - 3:00 - 4:00 pm Eastern
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sometimes feel that politicians and the media don’t understand and fully
appreciate how wastewater or stormwater
works? Do you feel that elected officials could do more to support increased
investment in water infrastructure? Are you disappointed that politicians and
the media aren’t
discussing important water related issues more?
water professional, do you think you could be helping to correct these
problems? Yes, you definitely can be helping, and it’s easier than you
WEF’s Water Advocates Program is an easy and
effective way for you to become more involved with engaging elected officials
and the public on important water issues. The Water Advocates
Program is a training and engagement program to promote grassroots advocacy
before elected officials and the public with the goal of creating a network of
trained water advocates in every state.
The first step for you to learn
more about the Water Advocates Program will be to participate in this webcast, which will be an
overview to the program and give you guidance on how you can join this
grassroots program and be a voice for more support for water infrastructure and
important policy matters. WEF staff will explain the importance of grassroots
advocacy, how easy the program will make it for you to contact your elected
officials, and ways you can get started today to increase understanding and
support by elected officials and the public.
To learn more about the
Water Advocates Program or to register to be a member, please visit the Government Affairs – Water Advocates community on WEFCOM, or send an email to
This webcast is being offered at no charge.
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