Friends of the Downstream Project: In 2013, The Downstream Project helped many regional conservation organizations accomplish their missions.
To help us do even more in 2014, please consider making a donation to The Downstream Project.
We are helping them get the word out.
The Downstream Project provides omnimedia services to conservation groups that protect water quality and natural resources throughout the Chesapeake Bay watershed, helping them extend their reach by producing videos; redesigning websites, newsletters and marketing materials; and harnessing the power of social media.
We are their partner and you are our partners.
The Downstream Project contributes at least 25% of the cost of each project—often more—to defray the expense of providing high-level creative and technical services. Your contributions to The Downstream Project allow us to offer our expertise to area conservation groups.
We can do even more in 2014.
In 2014 we’ll be adding to the list of partners we help. And we’ll continue to develop the Downstream Network, an interactive online community that shares resources and information on water and land conservation in the Chesapeake Bay watershed and enables local groups to connect quickly and easily to achieve their common goals.
You can help.
Every year The Downstream Project becomes more effective and helps more partners succeed—demonstrably improving water quality, conservation practices, and environmental awareness in our region. We need your financial support more than ever. Thank you for your generous tax-deductible contribution to The Downstream Project this year.
—Season’s greetings and best wishes for a happy and healthy new year. Thank you very much for your support.
George L. Ohrstrom II, President
William R. Howard, Executive Director