The ski industry association and their corporate agriculture and hydrofracker allies are pushing an amendment to the Budget Resolution calling on the Senate to pass legislation that would privatize rivers that run through public lands.
With the Governor’s leadership, California is now poised to invest in a new kind of flood management that will protect public safety and increase the state’s resiliency against future droughts.
Earlier this month, the Obama Administration offered this opportunity to youth across the country to connect with public lands as a part of the Every Kid in a Park Initiative.
Sometimes the best way to experience a river is through a child’s eyes. Our video following eight year old Parker as he runs and splashes along the wild rivers of the Pacific Northwest has gotten more than 375,000 views.Read More »
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.Find Out More »
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.Take Action »
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.Read More »