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I support Food & Water Watch because it is really the "watchdog" that is protecting and educating consumers one person at a time. If we each follow through with action we will change the world.
Brigid Sullivan

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Open Positions Found: 6
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Maryland Organizer

The Maryland based organizer will work out of our national office in Washington, DC on Food & Water Watch’s campaign to keep Maryland Frack Free. The organizer will work on legislation to institute a moratorium on fracking in Maryland.

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New Yorkers Against Fracking Organizer – Syracuse

The Organizer will work to develop and implement legislative, field organizing, and media strategies in support of this campaign.

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New Yorkers Against Fracking Organizer – Hudson Valley

The Organizer will work to develop and implement legislative, field organizing, and media strategies in support of this campaign.

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Organizer – Philadelphia, PA

The Organizer works to develop and implement legislative, field organizing, and media strategies and campaigns in support of Food & Water Watch policy goals.

Take Back the Tap Campus Coordinator

Join the movement to Take Back the Tap, promote water as a human right, and work with your campus to promote tap water over bottled water!

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Campaign Organizer

Since 2005 Food & Water Watch has advocated for common sense policies that will result in healthy, safe food and access to safe and affordable drinking water. We have utilized original research and grassroots organizing to effectively change both corporate and governmental policies to better protect the public. To help bolster public participation in the […]

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