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Businesses can support Florida's Right to Clean Water 

RTCW Ambassadors

Businesses have a direct and continuing interest in the condition of Florida's waters, especially in such economic engines as fishing / water recreation, ecotourism, tourism, restaurants, lodging, and other markets catering to both residents and visitors.

Similarly, farmers need clean water to thrive.  Communities need clean water to grow.  All other businesses need employees who need clean water to drink.  

Clean water is a fundamental need for all lives and livelihoods, so it isn't a surprise to see businesses stepping up to support however they can.  

In addition to various means of supporting by helping to grow awareness and directly supporting campaign operations, businesses with a physical building can dedicate a certain corner or counter space to be a "RTCW Petition Location" -- a place where people can swing by to sign / drop off their petition.  


Once registered as a Petition Location, we will be able to promote businesses as such on all available platforms.  

Print off quick and simple (double sided) trifolds to place next to your stack of blank petitions.  Be sure to let us know about your expenses (contributions to the campaign)!

Blair Wickstrom, Senior Editor of The Florida Sportsman Magazine, generously provided permission for us to make copies and share his Call to Action and issue feature (written by Natalie Van Hoose) from the Magazine's February issue.  It's compelling; something to share far and wide.

This is a one-pager (pdf) identifying and describing twelve points of failure, with references, demonstrating why systemic problems require a systemic solution.

See also this graphic.

This is a simplified overview explanation for any interested reader -- why we need a constitutional amendment to help fix a failed system of water protection in Florida.

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