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Sure, we all know about milk, but water really does a body good. And now, thanks to Keeper Springs, staying hydrated and healthy means giving back too. The revolutionary organization, which counts Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. as one of its founders, donates 100 percent of its profits to organizations that crusade for clean water.
Since 1999, Keeper Springs Natural Spring Water has provided more than $1 million to individual keepers and the Waterkeeper Alliance, the overarching not-for-profit that supports and connects them. Together, these environmental heroes fight pollution,...
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Keeper Springs Natural Spring Water announced the donation of $100,000 in support of local Keepers nationwide to help them continue working for clean water. To date, Keeper Springs has donated more than $1 million to the umbrella organization Waterkeeper Alliance and to individual Keepers throughout the U.S.
“We are proud to acknowledge the hard work of Keepers by helping to provide them with additional resources to protect our waterways,” said Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., environmental lawyer, advocate and co-founder of Keeper Springs.
Each Keeper was given...
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A nation-wide bottled water company, Keeper Springs Natural Spring Water, announced a $10,000 donation to Healdsburg's Russian Riverkeeper to help them continue their hard work fighting for clean water.
This substantial donation will help Russian Riverkeeper in their quest to repair and restore local waterways by supporting their continued conservation and protection of the River's mainstem, tributaries and watershed through public education, citizen action, scientific research and expert advocacy.
"We're thrilled with the support from Keeper Springs," said...
FALMOUTH — For Andy van Dam of Barrington, R.I., it took six hours to ride 75 miles and travel a half-century back in time.
"I lived on Oyster Pond Road," van Dam, 72, said Sunday at Quissett Harbor minutes after completing the Buzzards Bay Coalition's fifth annual Watershed Ride.
In the early 1950s, van Dam had a paper route and mowed lawns in the area. His father worked at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution after the family immigrated from the Netherlands.
"I know this bike path," he said, adding that he also knows the pressures facing the Buzzards Bay watershed.
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People living without clean water for months in Pike County get some relief from an outside organization.A truck load of thousands of bottles of water will hopefully last until a more permanent fix to the problem is made.
After seeing images of a water well on fire, and hearing of some physical tolls the water is taking on the residents, officials from Kentuckians for the Commonwealth and Appalachian Voices knew something needed to be done.
"We've got a little girl that's lost her hair, we have another child that's vomiting blood. This is a social...
Local organizations - Keeper Springs Natural Spring Water, Appalachian Voices, and Kentuckians for the Commonwealth - Act Quickly to Help Victims
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PIKE COUNTY, K.Y., Aug. 18, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Keeper Springs Natural Spring Water, a bottled water provider that donates 100 percent of its profits to support America's waterways, in partnership with Appalachian Voices and Kentuckians for the Commonwealth (KFTC), today announced the arrangement for the immediate donation and delivery of 30,000 bottles of Keeper Springs and Nestle Pure Life...