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Call on Trump to Fix His Clear-cutting Disaster
While leaders and businesses in the Washington, DC metro area are embracing river friendly growth, Donald Trump unnecessarily destroyed one and a half miles of trees along the Potomac River.
His action degrades water quality for outdoor enthusiasts and negatively affects the 5 million local residents whose drinking water comes straight from the Potomac.
Read why Potomac Conservancy thinks Trump's view on trees is wrong in a special letter to the Washington Post by President Hedrick Belin. View the letter >
Demand Trump replant local trees and restore
clean water protections!
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Too often our rivers, forests and public lands are an afterthought in our growing community. Find out how we, together, can ensure our local, state and federal leaders hear the Potomac's Voice loud and clear!