Exploring Wild and Scenic Rivers
Only a fraction of one percent of rivers nationwide remain wild, free, and unencumbered by dams. Where are they located?Find Out Where
Is the Ski Industry “Green”?
Why is the Ski Industry supporting a bill that could preventing federal agencies from safeguarding rivers, fish and wildlife?Find Out More
A victory as the NC’s Superior Court requires Duke Energy to better manage its coal ash and eliminate the source of groundwater contamination violating water quality standards at all of its coal-fired power plants.
US House passed the North Fork Watershed Protection Act. The bill would ban all new mining and energy development on 430,000 acres in Montana’s North Fork Flathead River watershed.
A wide range of stakeholders have reached a historic agreement on long-standing disputes related to water and river management slowing advancement of the broader Klamath River restoration agreements.
South Carolina now has a choice protect its citizens or protect polluters? Let your State Senator know that you want the drinking water and the rivers of South Carolina protected from this toxic legacy!Take Action »
The US Army Corps of Engineers’ work plan funds the first step towards what could bring salmon and steelhead back into the Sierra Nevada – for the first time in nearly a century.Read More »
The water authority in Cleveland County, North Carolina has been trying to build a $95 million to $182 million unneeded reservoir since 1990. But we’ve been able to defeat that in court. Here’s how.Read the Story »
Bristol Bay’s wild salmon fishery and other natural resources provide at least 14,000 full and part-time jobs and are valued at about $480 million annually, and fisheries of about 37.5 million fish. Isn’t this worth protecting?Find Out How »