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New York Campaign to Save the EPA: Organizational Membership Form
The New York Campaign to Save the EPA is a state-based network whose mission is to defend the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency from the Trump administration and Congressional attacks.

The EPA plays a crucial role in protecting the health and safety of our nation’s families, communities, and environment.

The EPA safeguards our most essential resources, including the water we drink, the air we breathe, the land we farm, and the climate we depend upon.

It does so by enforcing environmental laws, holding polluters accountable, cleaning up hazardous waste sites, and implementing other science-based policies.

Unfortunately, the EPA is under assault by the Trump administration, which seeks to slash its budget, decimate its workforce, eliminate vital programs, and undermine its authority.

The Campaign’s goals are to stop any cuts to the EPA’s budget and prevent any erosion of its ability to protect public health and the environment.

Membership in the Campaign is open to non-profit organizations, grassroots groups, faith institutions, unions, businesses, political clubs, student groups, civic associations, and other community-based organizations.

There are no financial or other obligations associated with joining the Campaign. Organizations must only be committed to the Campaign’s mission and goals. The Campaign supports a variety of strategies and tactics, and members are welcome to be involved at any level.

Founding organizations include: Food & Water Watch, Environmental Advocates of New York, Citizens Campaign for the Environment, Riverkeeper

If you have any questions, or need more information, please contact eweltman@fwwatch.org, or emoran@eany.org.

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