New reforms could remove important hydropower safeguards
Two proposals to “reform” hydropower would actually remove safeguards that make projects more environmentally sound.Learn more
The Grand Canyon provides a world class visitor experience, and nearly 5-million people per year walk, ride, float, or fly to enjoy our nation’s most iconic National Park.
The public must encourage The University of Alabama to permanently restrict the site at Shepherd Bend on the Black Warrior River in Alabama from coal mining.
River cleanups benefit wildlife and provide community members with the opportunity to see animals in their natural habitat.
In the west, when you touch water you literally touch everything in ways we couldn’t imagine just a few years ago. The new Clean Water Act restores real protections for streams and rivers.Read more »
The tram and massive construction project that were proposed in the Grand Canyon have been dealt a serious blow.Read More »
Tampa Bay Rays pitcher Neil Wagner shares why the Colorado River in the Grand Canyon is a special place for his family.Read more »
Michael Garrity talks about how a plan for the Yakima River “shows how we move forward through the reality of climate change and ensure reliable water supplies and healthy rivers.”Read more »