Registering gets you on our E-mail List and allows you to Comment on articles. Unfortunately, we had to drop the “anyone can register” policy. Too many hackers/spammers/whatever have figured out how to trick the system and register numerous bogus names and addresses. Why? Who knows?
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(1) In 2011, we did share our e-mail list with the White Oak-New Riverkeeper Alliance, with which Elmer considered merging, but the merger did not happen. All e-mail subscribers shared with the White Oak-New Riverkeeper Alliance were given the option to opt out of e-mails at that time. This author (John) was briefly on the Board of the White Oak-New Riverkeeper Alliance, and greatly appreciates and applauds their complimentary efforts.