The OLW Network helps us span the country through a shared measurement system that clarifies how our actions are aligned, can be scaled up, and whether our collective actions are making a difference.
Members learn from each other, increase their peer-to-peer network, take advantage of partnerships, and amplify their own organization’s efforts through collective support.
Members have access to collaborative funding opportunities that address priorities for freshwater health across the country.
Members can help advise on these priorities through activities like our biennial Our Living Waters gathering, annual surveys and participation in working group activities.
Put simply, none of us can achieve the goal of all waters in good health by 2030 alone. We need to work together, align efforts and identify opportunities to leverage each other’s work locally and regionally to advance national level goals for healthy waters.