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Clean Water TALLY RALLY - Be there!

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February 18: RSVP and join us in Tallahassee to demand clean water for Floridians!

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Dear Friend,

Thousands of people just like you have signed the Floridians' Clean Water Declaration. Now it's time to take our message to Tallahassee!

Time is running out for our algae-choked springs, dying Indian River Lagoon, red tide plagued Gulf Coast, slimed St. Johns River, long-suffering Everglades, and dwindling Apalachicola River.

That's why on February 18, citizens from every corner of Florida will gather in Tallahassee at the front steps of the historic Old Capitol to make their demands for clean water. The more people who pack the rally, the stronger our message will be!

RSVP today and join us for the We Want Clean Water Rally in Tallahassee on February 18!

Here are the details: 

WHAT: We Want Clean Water Rally!

WHEN: Tuesday, February 18 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

WHERE: On the front steps of the Old Capitol, 400 S. Monroe Street, Tallahassee, FL 32399 [Map]
Live near Ocala, Orlando, Tampa, St. Petersburg, Gainesville, Naples, Ft. Myers or Sarasota? We have buses departing from your city for a day-long round trip excursion to the rally! Reserve your seat -- act now, buses are filling up fast! 

Questions: Contact Cris Costello at

More than 100 civic, water and environmental groups will be represented in Tallahassee. We'll also be joined by a number of legislators who have already signed the Floridians' Clean Water Declaration and who are committed to working together to change the state's water policies. Only together will we be able to turn the tide from green and red to beautiful blue!

RSVP today and speak out to protect Florida's water!

Thanks for taking action to protect our waterways!

Cris Costello
Regional Organizing Representative
Sierra Club

P.S. Let's pack the rally in Tallahassee -- after you RSVP, be sure to forward this email to your friends, family, and colleagues.

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Click here to learn more about the Floridians' Clean Water Declaration Campaign and the rally.