Protect the Grand Canyon
Stop a massive construction project from ruining one of our nation’s greatest natural treasuresTake Action
American Rivers and the Hispanic Access Foundation are sparking a dialogue among tens of thousands of Latinos across the Colorado River basin about the need for a healthy Colorado River.
Hundreds of people have shared stories about how the Grand Canyon moved them, shaped their lives and careers, and how even 50 or 60 years later, they still remember the feeling it gave them.
This Earth Day, write a love letter to your river. Because sharing the love is one of the best ways to make sure it will keep running and flowing and loving you back.
Once home to the largest salmon runs in the world, the Columbia River is now blocked by a series of dams. Tell the federal government to ensure salmon and the ecosystem have a voice.Take Action »
The Holston Army Ammunitions Plant is releasing toxic chemicals into the water supply. Urge Congress to require that the Army fund a cleanup to address this issue on the ground.Take Action »
The Smith River is one of the most cherished rivers in Montana. If a proposed copper mine is built, it could degrade the Smith’s water quality and harm its nationally-renowned wild trout fishery.Take Action »
The Edisto River is South Carolina’s most heavily used river for irrigation, and excessive agricultural water withdrawals are threatening wildlife, recreation, and the water supplies of other users.Take Action »