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CINDY LOWERY

 

Friends of the Locust Fork River board member and Director of the Alabama Rivers Alliance, Cindy Lowery, has been elected to the board of directors of Clean Water Network, a coalition of more than 1,200 public interest organizations across the country, representing more than 5 million people working to implement and strengthen clean water and wetlands policy. Their board of directors consists of notable conservation leaders across the United States who have made it their life’s work to protect water. “It’s an honor to be elected into this position,” Lowry said. “National policy can often impact Alabama’s rivers and waterways as much as state and local policy. I am proud to serve as a voice for Alabama on the board for this national partner organization that is working so effectively to influence clean water policy,” Lowry has served on the staff of the Alabama Rivers Alliance, Alabama’s statewide water protection organization, since 2005, acting as Executive Director since 2007. She is a native Alabamian and has over a decade of experience working in the nonprofit conservation sector. About the Alabama Rivers Alliance The Alabama Rivers Alliance is Alabama’s state-wide organization working to defend and restore Alabama’s rivers by advocating for smart water policy, organizing at the grassroots level, and teaching citizens how they can protect their water with in order to achieve healthy rivers, healthy people, and a healthy system of government for the state of Alabama. Please visit www.alabamarivers.org for more information. About Clean Water Network The Clean Water Network is the country’s largest advocacy coalition focused on protecting and restoring our nation’s waters. The Network facilitates communications among member groups and coordinates joint policy and position statements as well as activities. This combination of federal policy work and field advocacy is needed to achieve a stronger national program that will help to bring polluted waterways back to health and preserve our nation’s rivers, lakes, streams, wetlands, estuaries and coastal waters.

Please visit www.cleanwaternetwork.org for more information.