Amplify Oregon’s World Water Day campaign!

Help get the word out that our water is a precious resource that connects all Oregonians. Share this campaign with your friends, family, colleagues and neighbors. Print an 11×17 poster to hang at your local coffee shop or in the break room at your office. Or write a letter to the editor of your local newspaper about why now is the time to come together for water.

If you are a business or organization that would like to become a campaign outreach partner, please sign up here to receive updates and a full communications toolkit.

SOCIAL MEDIA                PRINT POSTERS               LETTER TO THE EDITOR

SOCIAL MEDIA

After adding your pin to the Oregon World Water Day map, go online to share why you’re committed to Oregon’s water future, and invite your friends and family to share also! The graphics below are sized for a variety of social media channels. Include the hashtag #watercantwait with your post.

Suggested posts:

We are all part of Oregon’s water future. How will you shape it? http://OregonWorldWaterDay.org #watercantwait

March 22 is World Water Day! To celebrate, Oregonians are coming together to show their commitment to a healthy water future. Add your voice at http://OregonWorldWaterDay.org #watercantwait

March 22 is World Water Day! To celebrate, I’m committing to a healthy water future for Oregon. Add your voice at http://OregonWorldWaterDay.org #watercantwait

I’m committed to Oregon’s water future because [INSERT YOUR RESPONSE]. #watercantwait http://OregonWorldWaterDay.org

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POSTERS

Share World Water Day with your community! Print this 11×17 sized poster and hang it up in your office, at your local coffeeshop, your business or anywhere that people will see it.

Download 11×17 poster file here

If you are hosting an event, please contact intern [at] oeconline.org to receive an InDesign file with space to add your local event information.

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

Why are YOU committed to Oregon’s water future? Share your story with your community by submitting a letter to the editor. Check your local newspaper’s guidelines for submitting opinion pieces and be sure to respect their word limits to be considered. Personalize your letter based on your own experience and community!

Commit to Water

By [Your Name]

Oregon has more rivers designated as wild and scenic than any other state. People travel from across the country to raft our wild waters and fish for salmon or trout. Family farmers rely on rivers and groundwater to irrigate their crops. And every Oregonian depends on clean water to be healthy and thrive.

In the years to come, Oregon will be faced with tough choices about managing our water, balancing what we need for our livelihoods, hobbies, health and for the Oregon we hope to pass along to future generations.

In our community, [INSERT LOCAL EFFORT TO HELP ADDRESS THESE ISSUES].

But the challenges we face are bigger than any one community can tackle alone.

March 22 is World Water Day, and the time is ripe to make a commitment as a state to preserve the health of our rivers, lakes and drinking water.

We have a history of coming together to make a difference for our environment. Now let’s use that momentum to shift the trajectory of our rivers, to reduce our impact on clean water, and to ready our economy for climate change.

Oregon’s water future depends on all of us.