Facebook confuses everybody. As soon as you figure it out, Facebook will change it.
WWALS has a facebook page, which anybody in the world can see. We use the page to get the word out about advocacy, paddles, events, etc. You can share any post you see on the WWALS fb page.
WWALS also has a facebook group, which only WWALS members can join. The group is a perq of WWALS membership, with frequent discussions.
The WWALS facebook page doesn’t say “page” on it, probably because that’s the main thing facebook has.
While you’re on the page, please like it if you haven’t already. Invite your friends to like it, and soon we’ll get more than 3,000 likes. The more likes, the more distribution our outings and advocacy get.
Here’s what the WWALS Facebook group looks like. It does say “group” on it, twice.
To join the facebook group, you must be a WWALS member, which is not the same thing as being a member of a facebook group.
Memberships start at $15 for students, $25 individual, $40 family. You can pay online, in person at an outing or event, or mail in a check.
Not every WWALS member joins the WWALS facebook group; many of our members are not on facebook.
WWALS also does meetup, instagram, twitter, and YouTube, and has an extensive website with a blog post most every day. More on those in a later post.
-jsq, John S. Quarterman, Suwannee RIVERKEEPER®
You can join this fun and work by becoming a WWALS member today!