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American Rivers’ Chris Williams tells the story of a recent trip accompanying native tribal leaders down the Colorado River in the Grand Canyon.
A potential new poisonous sulfide mine in the headwaters of the St. Louis River in Minnesota could affect the drinking water supply for thousands of Great Lakes residents.
This natural masterpiece of the Colorado River faces a battery of threats that must be stopped or one of our nation’s greatest natural treasures will be scarred forever.
American Rivers and partners have petitioned EPA to control significant sources of polluted runoff that contribute to stream impairment and result in costly local clean-up efforts.Read more »
The Ashley River Blue Trail figures prominently into Dorchester County’s effort to create its first ever park system. We must promote and preserve the Ashley River.Read more »
Three dangerous dams on the West Fork River need to be removed to benefit river ecology and to provide habitat connectivity for freshwater mussels and their fish-host species.Read more »
Slow-moving blackwater. Untouched cypress vistas. Swallowtail kites and ospreys soaring overhead. Our new film features the many treasures of South Carolina’s Waccamaw River Blue Trail.Watch now »