Moms for Clean Water

“We feel an obligation as parents and we feel we should work on behalf of all the parents of this great state to make sure their children have a clean environment and clean water to grow up on." - First Lady Casey DeSantis

We, the Moms for Clean Water, applaud the DeSantis’ commitment to restoring and protecting our state’s waters, however the legislature failed to yield any meaningful protections to our water this past session.

Moms for Clean Water represents mothers around the state of Florida calling for meaningful protection for ALL of our water resources. Florida’s children deserve the opportunity to fish, swim, and play in clean water!

Take a stand for clean water. Write a letter to First Lady Casey DeSantis today.

    What to include in your letter to First Lady Casey DeSantis:

  • Include your story about your favorite Florida waterway
  • Upload a picture of you and your kids enjoying your favorite waterbody
  • Emphasize the need to protect ALL Florida waters, stop pollution at the source, and protect our land to protect our water

Social Media Challenge – Share and Ask Moms!

Share your Moms for Clean Water story and use the hashtags #MomsForCleanWater, #ProtectWhatYouLove, #CaseyDeSantisForCleanWater. Nominate and tag five moms you know to join you in writing a letter and sharing their clean water stories.

Our Call to action:

    Protect ALL Florida Waters

    Florida waterways are ALL connected. To pollute one is to pollute them ALL. We urge comprehensive protections for ALL of our state’s waters.

    Stop Pollution at the Source

    We support policies that keep toxic pollution OUT of our waterways, rather than attempting expensive cleanups after the fact.

    Protect Our Land to Protect Our Water

    Conservation land protects our waterways by providing water filtration, flood protection, and wildlife habitat. We call for increased funding to acquire conservation land to protect our water resources.

About Waterkeepers Florida:

Waterkeepers Florida is a regional entity composed of all 13 Waterkeeper organizations working in the State of Florida to protect and restore our water resources across over 45,000 square miles of watershed, which is home to over 15 million Floridians. Waterkeepers Florida works to protect and restore Florida’s water resources through education, advocacy, and community engagement.