As someone who lived through the worst oil spill disaster in American history, I’m going to tell you an unpleasant truth – oil spill cleanups are a myth.
Stanford University will decide in coming weeks whether it will remove an obsolete dam to restore threatened steelhead trout and improve flood safety, or keep the dam in place.
The Missisquoi and Trout Rivers became the first Wild and Scenic Rivers in Vermont. These are another example of collaboration between local communities and the National Park Service.
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.Learn More »
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.Read the Story »
The water conflict in the Southeast between Alabama, Georgia and Florida moves into the US Supreme Court. What happens next?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 continue? We have a responsibility to hold the Army Corps accountable.Find Out More »