Be an Advocate for West Virginia’s Wild & Wonderful!
Standing up good public policy is a year-round job in West Virginia. That’s why WV Rivers is inviting you to join us to learn about effective advocacy. Advocating for the issues you care about doesn’t have to be intimidating! In fact, your legislators want to hear from you – you are a voter.
Did you know you can meet with your legislators outside of the 60-day legislative session and that you can meet with them locally? During this advocate training, we’ll teach you how to call or set up a meeting with your legislators – you do NOT have to go to Charleston – and we’ll help you know what to say when you meet with them or their staff.
Have you watched the webinar? Fill out this form and we’ll follow-up to help you prepare for a meeting with your legislators!
Resources we mentioned during the webinar.
Learn more about PFAS in WV.
Through our Water Policy Newsletter, we’ll email you once a week during the legislative session with news and urgent calls to action. Sign-up.
If you haven’t already taken the Climate Pledge, you can do so here.
Learn about what a just transition looks like in WV.
Heather would love to connect with folks in the Ohio River Basin, send her an email email@example.com.
Learn about WV Rivers Ohio River organizing.
Be a public lands advocate! Sign-up to receive a monthly e-newsletter on public lands news and issues.
Read our report on the Mon Forest.
WV Rivers Social Media
Urgent text message calls to action – Text WVRIVERS to 72572 or visit this link.