A Strip Mall in the Grand Canyon?

Unprecedented level of development threatens the Grand Canyon.

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Want to Build a Blue Trail?

Rivers are the lifeblood of our communities, providing clean drinking water and supporting local businesses and recreation opportunities. That’s why we’re launching a new site to help communities connect with their hometown river.

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America's Most Endangered Rivers

Each year we list ten of America’s Most Endangered Rivers®, drawing attention to significant threats facing our rivers. There has been progress on these critical issues – here are some highlights from that work.

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House Moves on Dirty Water Bill

Despite thousands of comments sent by activists, the US House voted to approve yet another attempt to block the Clean Water Act protection rule-making underway by the Environmental Protection Agency.

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Saving the Colorado River with 5 Actions

Steps currently being taken to improve the situation are not up to the task of bringing the Colorado River system back into balance. We need bold and powerful measures to secure water resources for millions of Americans.

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Exploring New Mexico's Gila River

The Gila historically flowed all the way from the mountains through Arizona, where it would join the Colorado to continue its journey through the Colorado Delta to the Gulf of California. Today…not so much.

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