The Water Protection Network works to protect wildlife, communities, and taxpayers.
Creating a new era of stewardship for our rivers, wetlands, and coasts through collaborative advocacy across the country.
Protecting the nation’s waters for people and wildlife.
Restoring healthy ecosystems so people and wildlife can thrive in the face of climate change.
Statement of Principles and Operating Procedures
The Network advocates for changes to America’s water resources policies and practices. The Network seeks to assist and support member organizations in understanding and dealing with water resources policies, projects, and permits. The Network provides technical support and timely information to assist members in participating in federal, state and local policy decision-making.
National Wildlife Federation
San Anselmo, CA
Eileen Shader, Co-Chair
Tulane Institute on Water Resources
Law and Policy
New Orleans, LA
Rock Island, IL
Taxpayers for Common Sense
Manley Fuller, III
Florida Wildlife Federation
Prairie Rivers Network
Natural Resources Defense Council
Maya van Rossum
Delaware Riverkeeper Network