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What is River Days of Action? Green Interchange - in partnership with Blessed Earth Southeast, Tennessee Environmental Council and TennGreen - is a proud participant in Mississippi River Network (MRN) River Days of Action. Whether you live in the Mississippi River watershed or not, you can join the celebration, taking action for the people, land, water, and wildlife of our nation’s most iconic waterway.

What can I win? One (1) lucky winners will receive one $100 gift card for Patagonia. One (1) lucky winner will receive one $50 gift card for Patagonia. Ten (10) lucky winners will receive one signed copy of the book Old Man River, by Paul Schneider, valued at $26/each. Limit one entry per person. No purchase necessary. Void where prohibited.

Simply submit the form below and you’ll be entered in the sweepstakes. When you register you are agreeing to sign up as a 1 Mississippi River Citizen**, and to receive email from Green Interchange. Please read the Official Rules. Sweepstakes ends on June 20, 2021.   

What actions can I take? Take one of the following simple actions or simply sign up as a River Citizen! • Pick up litter in your neighborhood with your family, friends, neighbors • Visit a park by the River or one of it’s tributary streams/rivers • Go for a boat ride or River tour • Visit a River museum • Plant native plants to help the water • Write a letter or email to a local decision maker - tell them why the River is important to you. • These 10 Actions from 1 Mississippi may inspire more ideas.

 

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Two lucky winners will each receive one $50 Patagonia E-Gift Card. Ten lucky winners will receive one autographed copy of Old Man River, Paul Schneider's exploration of America's great waterway—taking the reader from the Mississippi River's origins to its polluted present and tracing its prehistory, geology, and cultural and literary histories—the book is as vast as its subject.

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