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    Waterwise Community Say No to Plastic Straws
    How do you think climate change will affect your region’s water supply? Think about the effects of weather, storms, salinity, and sea level rise, among other changes. How can you find out more about climate change’s impact to your region's water?

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    David Mitchell 4/29/2021 6:09 PM
    I did a quick search to find out more about how climate change will affect my regions water. According to NatGeo, more frequent, heavy, and intense storms are expected in the coming years. It is expected that this will cause increased runoff of contaminents and pollutents that will limit water access. Sea level rise due to warmer temperatures and melting glaciers also poses a risk of salinating fresh water supplies.
    Waterwise Community Identify a Local Freshwater Hope Spot using the Wyland Foundation Google Earth Portal
    What lakes, rivers, streams, or coastlines have inspired you? How have they changed over the years? What can be done to ensure they remain healthy and vital for the future?

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    David Mitchell 4/28/2021 9:32 AM
    The waters surrounding Brigantine, NJ have inspired me the most-including ocean, back bays, and Absecon Inlet. There's no place I'd rather be than on the water and I've fished these waters for over 40 years. They have become less abundant in terms of our target species. I have witnessed this in my lifetime ,as have generations before me seen decline. The lands of this area have changed most by a drastic increase in development. In order for the water and resources to remain healthy, I suppose it starts with good management. What that is, I will leave to the experts. However, I believe what is vitally important to the health of the waters is what I've learned from Wyland and the Wyland Foundation- that it's really up to everyone to treat them responsibly on every level. Large amounts of people making small changes and/or simply being aware of what is right regarding the environment and their impact on it.