"Ground water is an incredibly valuable resource. And there aren't a lot of people speaking up for it" - Bill Homan of Duke University
According to Holman's statement above, I was wondering if CWFNC and other Citizen Award-nominated participants used the power of social media in their campaigns to promote awareness related to their causes.
I know the statement did not come from you directly, however, maybe you could expand that part of the topic by studying how the influence of social media is helpful in promoting awareness to the public about certain issues going on in their communities. The lack of social media exposure may be a factor behind the statement since it is easier for the public to be exposed to regional or national issues than local.
Myself, I am an avid social media explorer and often reply on Twitter for news. I thought I'd share my thoughts regarding your article. Thank you for taking the time to read my message.
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