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  1. Here's a super easy way to help:

    Donate $10 by texting “isupport wetlands” to 20222. Reply “yes” to the confirming txt msg. ALL the money will buy to replace marsh grass plants and other restoration projects by the America's WETLAND Conservation Corps.

    I'm very familiar with this organization and completely vouch for them using the money to actually help the oil spill.

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  2. Excellent, thanks Robert. Anything you want to post on how people can help, places to go, etc… that would be great. We are hoping to come down and help, but if nothing else, we can give money

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  3. Interesting post. I have stumbled this for my friends. Hope others find it as interesting as I did.

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  4. cindy

    If the volunteers are as plentiful as you say then we should not see any more oil soaked birds wandering in distress on the beach followed by hapless newsmen calling on their cell phones to find someone to come pick the bird up to clean it up! For God's sake, wrap the animal up if necessary and take it to the nearest animal rescue site which I assume should be plentiful by now! but if I see that behavior again then you need more help.

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