The String Cheese Incident invites Waterkeeper to fall 2011 tour
The String Cheese Incident has invited David Whiteside on their upcoming "Roots Run Deep" 2011 tour to promote Waterkeeper... [more]
Your Swim Drink Fish Music Club membership helps hard-working Waterkeepers protect waterways across Canada. Want to roll up your sleeves and join the cause? There are many cool and inspiring ways to be part of the movement.
Build the Twitter community
If you're in the Club, we want to hear from you! Twitter is the best tool for quick, timely messages. Add #SDFM to the end of your tweets, and your messages will show up in the Feed list for all the world to see. Want to follow us? Click on a group name to follow: Lake Ontario Waterkeeper, Fraser Riverkeeper, Ottawa Riverkeeper.
Recruit a friend
The Swim Drink Fish Music Club is a member-supported project. We need new members so we can grow, attract new artists, and fund important water protection programs. If you like what we're doing, the best thing you can do is tell your friends to visit www.swimdrinkfishmusic.com. Need cards to membership cards to sell at an upcoming event or in your store? Shoot us an email and let us know how many you need.
Submit your own audio
Are you a musician, poet, or other sound-related performer? Want to contribute to the Music Club? We are always looking for new contributors and would love to hear your stuff. Send us an email with details and we'll get right back to you with more information about how the submissions process works.
Support your local WaterkeeperEvery local Waterkeeper organization has its own membership program as well. Join today and ensure the battle for clean water continues. Details for participating Waterkeeper programs are here:
Learn more about the issuesIn addition to the audio files and blog posts found here at the Swim Drink Fish Music Club, our groups create newsletters, magazines, radio programs and other resources to help you discover, protect and enjoy your environmental rights. These are just a few examples we think you will enjoy ...
Sport the Broken Social Scene/Waterkeeper T-shirt
Justin Peroff, drummer from Broken Social Scene, designed this tee exclusively for the Yellow Bird Project. All of the profits from the sale of this t-shirt will benefit Lake Ontario Waterkeeper, which is an environmental justice organization working to win back the right to swim, drink, and fish in every waterway. Check it out on the Yellow Bird Project website.
Purchase At the Barricades Vol. 1
Lake Ontario Waterkeeper's first compilation CD that gave birth to the idea of Swim Drink Fish Music. Produced by artist Chris Brown, the CD features many of the artists that appear on Swim Drink Fish Music. All procedes benefit Lake Ontario Waterkeeper.
When in doubt, being part of the movement is easy. All you have to do is use your rights. Swim at your local beach. Fish at your local fishing hole. (Don't forget your fishing licence!) Drink your local tap water. If you have a good time ... tell us about it! We reward cool stories.