Where Are Your Important Places?
Short film about the relationship between a father and son, and how the Colorado River was the thread reconnecting them.Watch the Video
If we fail to protect our headwater streams and wetlands, we may destroy the $200 billion annual economy of the hunting and fishing industry, as well as put 1.5 million people out of work.
The town of Tusayan on the south rim of the Grand Canyon is considering a dramatic expansion that could result in significant groundwater withdrawals from the canyon – leaving its native plants and animals dry.
Stanford University’s preferred options for dealing with Searsville Dam: cut a hole in the bottom, or allow it to fill entirely with sediment. We believe those options are inferior to full dam removal.
National River Cleanup attended the Plow & Hearth Earth Day event and reports back on their 4th annual river cleanup.Read more »
The Edisto River is one of America’s Most Endangered Rivers® of 2015. American Rivers’ staff discuss why this river is facing a crossroads, and what the public can do to help.Read more »
Hundreds of people have shared stories about how the Grand Canyon moved them, shaped their lives and careers, and how even 50 or 60 years later, they still remember the feeling it gave them.Read More »
Once home to the largest salmon runs in the world, the Columbia River is now blocked by a series of dams. Tell the federal government to ensure salmon and the ecosystem have a voice.Take Action »