Alabama Water Rally 2022: Registration Open Now!

Published 2/2/2022  |  Alabama Rivers Alliance

Reuniting for Clean Water in Alabama!

In celebration of  25 years of the Alabama Rivers Alliance and 50 years of the Clean Water Act, we invite you to REUNITE with us at Camp McDowell March 25 & 26. After two years of virtual gatherings, we are so excited to get back together in person as we reinvigorate the movement at the 24th annual Alabama Water Rally – in a shorter form!

This year, Alabama Water Rally will take place from Friday afternoon to Saturday afternoon and all measures will be taken to ensure we can all Reunite for Clean Water as safely as possible.

The Clean Water Act is one of our nation’s most fundamental environmental laws and Alabama’s water advocates have played a huge role in using it to protect our amazing rivers, biodiversity, and health throughout its storied history. Alabama Water Rally 2022 will reflect on the history of the Clean Water Act, highlight some of our Alabama successes and share insights of the work still to be accomplished.

Make your plans now to join us for 25 hours of deep discussion, action planning, movement building and celebration with cake, fire and dancing! — as we reunite together to #DefendRivers.

ALABAMA WATER RALLY 2022 DEEP DIVES:

  • Clean Water Act 
  • Civic Engagement
  • Movement Building

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER!

COVID-19 Precautions: As of this moment, we are planning for an in-person Alabama Water Rally. Many of the planned plenaries and sessions are interactive and therefore a live virtual option is not possible. We will record as much of the event as we can, but we hope you choose to attend in person to get the full experience and vibe.

Over the next few weeks, we will continue to monitor public health guidelines and best practices to reduce the spread of COVID-19 (and variants) and protect our community, making additional adjustments as necessary. We appreciate your understanding and patience as we take extra precautions such as: 100% masking indoors, socially distancing when possible, arranging many of the events to place outdoors, requiring a negative test* from each attendee before the event.  

*ARA can provide rapid tests to attendees as needed.

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