Save the Smith
A massive proposed copper mine could degrade the Smith River’s water quality and harm its nationally-renowned wild trout fishery.Learn more
Moseley swam 47.5 miles continuously from Moab to the confluence with Green River in 13:56:20 to raise awareness for American Rivers.
The Smith River generates at least $10 million annually for the local economy through recreation was listed as an Endangered River due to a proposed copper mine along a major headwaters tributary.
The proposed hydropower bill would eliminate the authority of states and tribes to negotiate for changes to dam licenses that benefit their communities and local waterways.
American Rivers staff followed professionals from the Maryland Biological Stream Survey as they sampled for American eel in the Patapsco River in Maryland.Read more »
The Obama Administration has a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to help improve conditions for fish and wildlife on the Columbia River.Read more »
A local fishing guide, Bob Rees, explains why he cares about the Columbia River Treaty. The Columbia River is one of America’s Most Endangered Rivers® of 2015.Read more »
The Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement’s proposed Stream Protection Rule will help to protect waterways from the adverse impacts of coal mining.Read more »