By: Julia Widmann
Wondering how you can stay in the fight for clean water from indoors?
If you can, consider donating to your local Waterkeeper. Nonprofits depend on events and fundraisers for survival, all of which have been canceled to protect guests from COVID-19. They need your support to keep doing what they do best; enforcing environmental rules and advocating for our right to fishable, swimmable, and drinkable water.
Then, while you’re spending time inside, relax with some water and Waterkeeper-themed music and films. Last week we compiled nine great Waterkeeper Documentaries for Time Indoors. This week, we’ve got more content for you:
First, some water-themed playlists:
Ultimate River Playlist
Enjoy this 13+ hour Spotify playlist of songs about rivers while you’re working from home, created by our U.S. Organizing Manager Bart Mihailovich and former Communications Director at Savannah Riverkeeper, Elena Richards.
This playlist features songs about rivers that Waterkeepers protect, created by U.S. Organizing Manager Bart Mihailovich, former Communications Director at Savannah Riverkeeper, Elena Richards, and Missouri Confluence Waterkeeper Rachel Bartels.
Second, some more documentaries featuring Waterkeepers:
Title: Rescuing the River: The Raritan
Little River Waterkeeper
Title: Something About Little River
Middle Huai River Waterkeeper
Title: The Warriors of Qiugang
Nicoya Peninsula Waterkeeper
Upper Potomac Riverkeeper, Shenandoah Riverkeeper, and Potomac Riverkeeper
St. Johns Riverkeeper
Title: Florida Sportsman Watermen – Blue Cypress Lake and St. John’s River Bass Blitz
Title: Florida Sportsman Watermen – Magic City Slam with Joe Gonzalez and Peter Miller
Title: Watermen Documentaries – Apalachicola Water Wars
This is part two in a series of music and films from Waterkeepers. View part 1 here.
Hudson Riverkeeper, Los Angeles Waterkeeper, Puget Soundkeeper, Cook Inletkeeper, Willamette Riverkeeper, Neuse Riverkeeper, Hackensack Riverkeeper
Title: The Waterkeepers, With Robert F. Kennedy Jr.
Feature image by Calum MacAulay/Unsplash.