Public Access To Water Ways Should Be a Living Right

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As living beings, water is life. Access to water for entire populations and regions is being privately bought up so that public access is greatly diminished or disappears all together. If one is not a landowner by a creek, marsh or spring, water becomes cut off from the community and access becomes trespass. We agree that Public Access to Water in each region should be a living right. 

In the Lowcountry, the population boom is so high, that on Johns Island, there is no more public access to water. This historic farming, migrant and Gullah culture can no longer access the water they have so long relied on and connected with for generations. 

We add our name to the cause to bring Public Access to Water as a living right to all.