Save Our Groundwater (SOG) is a New Hampshire Seacoast-based citizens action organization dedicated to protecting water in the public trust. We formed in 2001 in response to a bottled water company’s application to take more than 400,000 gallons/day from the aquifer underlying our rural communities; not one drop was ever bottled and the company’s state permit for mining the water expired July 1, 2014. Join us in celebrating fifteen years of protecting our water–sign up for our email updates by writing to SOG at and help the movement grow by becoming a member.

In the Media

Two more sentences issued in USA Springs-related fraud: New Hampshire Business Review
Wells running dry as water woes worsen: New Hampshire Union Leader
Standing Rock Sioux Coalition fights Dakota Access Pipeline in N. Dakota to protect land and water: NPR - National Public Radio
Desalination plan pitched to meet Seacoast’s water needs: Seacoast Online/Portsmouth Herald
Rockland, NY: Suez proposes nearly 17% rate hike: The Journal News
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13th Annual GROW New England Weekend

Building a Just Community: a weekend of Grass Roots Organizing Workshops at the Pine Tree Camp in Rome, Maine (near the Belgrade Lakes in central ME) – convened by Resources for Organizing and Social Change. Child care will be available; sliding scale for costs. For more information: contact Jacqui at or Sass at […] read more »

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