Nineteen states, seventy two dams removed
In 2014, more than 730 miles of streams restored for the benefit of fish, wildlife and people.See the List
Oil Spill in Yellowstone River
Oil pipeline ruptured, spewing oil into the Yellowstone River & contaminating drinking water for residents.Latest Updates
President Obama signed into law the most significant river conservation bill in almost six years, conserving 140 miles of new rivers along with 17,000 acres of important riverside land.
After a decades-long battle to protect the North Fork of the Flathead River, President Obama signed legislation that withdrew 430,000 acres of public lands in the watershed from new mineral entry.
The water conflict in the Southeast between Alabama, Georgia and Florida moves into the US Supreme Court. What happens next?
The rivers of the Pacific Coast once teemed with wild salmon – a favorite of orca. Restoring the Klamath River is an opportunity to restore pacific salmon runs on the Klamath River.Learn More »
The National Ski Areas Association and their allies in the oil and gas industry got a rider inserted into the House bill that matched the bill that failed in the Senate. But this rider was dropped from the final bill at the insistence of Senate negotiators.Find Out »
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 »