Grand Canyon Under Siege
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New York Times ran a story, highlighting threats facing the Grand Canyon, one of our country’s greatest national treasures. And a wave of public support flooded in.
The 277 miles of the Grand Canyon are vast and wild and untouchable, revered throughout our nation’s history and protected for all time – or so it has seemed.
The Grand Canyon is a national treasure, and it is the engine of the local economy. But the world is full of sad examples of natural wonders and cultural treasures despoiled when tourism and development go too far.
Three wild, free-flowing rivers in Washington State are one step closer to permanent protection under the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act: the Middle Fork Snoqualmie and Pratt rivers and Illabot Creek.Learn More »
The Army Corps has promised to fix Washington’s Buckley Dam before and failed to deliver. Will they keep their promise or let the fish kills will continue? We have a responsibility to hold the Army Corps accountable.Find Out More »
Proposed and under construction dams around the world are less likely to solve our energy problems but more likely to bring in problems like ecological damage, flooding, methane emissions, and even water wars.Learn More »
We need rivers like the Yampa – to remind us how rivers are supposed to function, to demonstrate what is possible and to help us improve the management of other rivers in the Colorado Basin.Read Why »