Flint Water Crisis is a Wake-Up Call
Healthy rivers and clean water supplies are critical to our health and our communities.Read more
The Chuitna River is endangered by a proposed mining project that would destroy more than a dozen miles of river. Alaskan salmon are threatened by this destructive project.
American Rivers has released the list of completed dam removals across the country in 2015. An interactive map allows users to explore dam removals and learn more about them.
On December 30, 2015, the U.S. Forest Service released its final Ski Area Clause governing the management of water on federal lands – a win for rivers brought about by American Rivers and its allies.
Support American Rivers when you buy a ticket to the online Mountain & Adventure Film Festival. Plus, you could win a rafting trip on the Yampa River, courtesy of O.A.R.S Rafting!Read more »
The transition of some agricultural lands to more water-friendly grape production has been a boon for sustaining small-scale agriculture in the face of resource scarcity.Read more »
Behind all of the talking points about clean energy, the truth is that the hydropower industry’s so-called “Unlock Hydro” bill is an attack on healthy rivers and your rights.Read more »
Phase one of the project on the Upper West Fork Carson River stabilized 130 feet of high eroding streambank, providing habitat and water quality benefits.Read more »