Other Organizations

Fluoride Action Network—The Fluoride Action Network (FAN) is an international coalition seeking to broaden public awareness about the toxicity of fluoride compounds and the health impacts of current fluoride exposures. Along with providing comprehensive and up-to-date information on fluoride issues to citizens, scientists, and policymakers alike, FAN remains vigilant in monitoring government agency actions that may impact the public's exposure to fluoride.

Keepers of the Well—Citizens for Safe Drinking Water. This web site has a lot of information concerning fluoride and the battle to keep it out of water supplies nationwide. Jeff Green, the webmaster of this site, has provided considerable advice and support for our Port Angeles group. 

Jeff is currently working on a nationwide lawsuit that would change the dynamics of fluoridation throughout the United States by challenging the “constitutionality of using industrial-grade hydrofluosilicic acid to fluoridate drinking water.” 

No Fluoride—Another group called Citizens for Safe Drinking Water, based in Mt. View, California, has an excellent and extensive web site with some information not available at other sites.

Protect the Peninsula’s Future—A nonprofit public benefit corporation registered in Washington State, dedicated to environmental protection to enhance the quality of life for present and future citizens of the North Olympic Peninsula, since 1973. 

This group is actively involved in the effort to get fluoride out of the Port Angeles wateR.  It will help us in our fight for choice and against fluoride if you would join PPF. The cost is $5.00 for individuals and $10 for families. To contribute, send checks to: Edna Willadsen, Treasurer,  Protect The Peninsula's FutureP.O. Box 1677, Sequim, WA 98382

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