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Hydropower is the only renewable energy that drives species toward extinction.Take Action
The hydropower industry is trying to create a giant loophole for dam operators, so they are not required to protect fish, wildlife, or water quality on our rivers.
This natural masterpiece of the Colorado River faces a battery of threats that must be stopped or one of our nation’s greatest natural treasures will be scarred forever.
The Fond du Lac Band of Lake Superior Chippewa have a special relationship with the St. Louis River. Nancy Schuldt discusses the need to protect this important place.
American Rivers’ Chris Williams tells the story of a recent trip accompanying native tribal leaders down the Colorado River in the Grand Canyon.Read more »
A potential new poisonous sulfide mine in the headwaters of the St. Louis River in Minnesota could affect the drinking water supply for thousands of Great Lakes residents.Read more »
In honor of National Hunting and Fishing Day, we share some examples of how our work helps to protect and restore important fish habitat.Read more »
American Rivers and partners have petitioned EPA to control significant sources of polluted runoff that contribute to stream impairment and result in costly local clean-up efforts.Read more »