Beth Maynor Young's Riverkeeper Request
Dear Concerned Citizen,
In the process of photographing natural places throughout the state, I have come to realize that the Black Warrior River is THE most beautiful watershed in Alabama. It also happens to be the one facing the most threats.
As a conservation photographer and member of Black Warrior Riverkeeper's Advisory Council, I hope you will join me in supporting this nonprofit organization's work to protect our vital but vulnerable watershed. From now until December 31, 2012, I am representing Black Warrior Riverkeeper in the "Who's Helping Who" nonprofit fundraising contest hosted by About Town.
Please support Black Warrior Riverkeeper's efforts and help us win the contest! To participate, please donate online: http://www.razoo.com/story/Black-Warrior-Riverkeeper or mail a check paid to Black Warrior Riverkeeper with "Beth Maynor Young" in the memo to:
Black Warrior Riverkeeper
712 37th Street South
Birmingham, AL 35222
Thank you for your consideration,
Beth Maynor Young
Supporters are now helping to
Donations to Black Warrior Riverkeeper through this Causes page will support the Riverkeeper Patrol Program, lead by our staff Riverkeeper, Nelson Brooke. We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization protecting public health, wildlife habitat, recreation, and water quality in parts of 17 Alabama counties (the entire Black Warrior River watershed). Our 2010 budget for the Riverkeeper Patrol…
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