#MyWaterWhy
Help build a collective voice for Oregon’s water resources.

 

2020: Water + Climate Change

Climate change is felt most in our water systems. Water is becoming more scarce, more unpredictable, more polluted, and in some places, all three.

And Oregonians without reliable access to clean water face added challenges during a public health crisis.

Water is critical to all of us – for our most basic health needs, our livelihoods, and for the ecosystems and beautiful places that have drawn people to Oregon for generations.

Stand up for water.
Share your #MyWaterWhy with the world.

ADD YOUR VOICE TODAY

What's Your Water Why?

Join Oregonians from across the state as we celebrate our common interest in preserving the water we drink, play in, live near and rely on.

STEP 1: Add your #MyWaterWhy to the map to build a picture of Oregon water values across the state.

STEP 2: Share your water stories on social media using the hashtags #MyWaterWhy and #WorldWaterDay to help elevate what’s important for Oregon today and future generations.

ADD YOUR VOICE TODAY


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