Matlacha Bridge, Pine Island – 9:00 am

Sponsored by a coalition of concerned citizens, Clean Water groups and Pine Island ROAR.
Bring signs and banners!


Matanzas Pass, Fort Myers Beach – 3:00 pm

Be seen! Be heard! Be there!
Sponsored by SWFL Clean Water Movement
Click here for more info.

Sanibel Clean Water Rally! – 9:00 am

Sanibel Causeway, Island B (first island from Sanibel – 2nd Island from Mainland)
Click here for more info.

Right to Clean Water Conference – Rights of Nature in SWFL

On Saturday, July 3rd, from 2:00pm to 4:00pm, the SWFL RESET Center is hosting a live presentation about the Right to Clean Water and the Rights of Nature and current efforts to amend the Florida State Constitution to make these rights the law of the land. This event is not only educational, it is a call to action.
Orange County citizens are the only Floridians with a legally recognized Right to Clean Water, and Orange County waterways are the only ones that have the right to exist, flow, and be free of pollution. All citizens and waterways in Florida need and deserve these same rights.
Speakers :
John Cassani, Calusa Waterkeeper
Gary Robbins, Vice-President, SWFL RESET Center
Karl Deigert and Joseph Bonasia, Regional Directors of the Florida Rights of Nature Network
Part of the presentation will feature the work of Naples artist, Paul Arsenault.
Come learn about Orange County’s historic new law, its groundbreaking rights of nature enforcement case to stop the destruction of wetlands, and efforts to amend the state constitution.
Learn WHAT YOU CAN DO now to help. Register at
Seating is limited to 150 people in the UUCFM Sanctuary – Unitarian Universalist Church of Fort Myers, 13411 Shire Lane, Fort Myers, FL 33912
This event is free, and your donations will help us cover the cost of this event and future work.
For those on FaceBook who do not want to register through their new tickiting system, click here to register

Save our Water Rally 

Fowler St Bridge (Edison Bridge) – 9:00 am – 10:00 am

Sponsored by the Lee Co Democratic Environmental Caucus and Dr Cindy Banyai.
Bring signs and banners!
Click here for more info
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