Grand Canyon Under Siege

Two major developments could devastate the wild nature of the Grand Canyon. A terrible threat to a national treasure.

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Keep Water From Public Lands in Rivers

If you love to have water in your river for paddling, fishing or even hiking along, urge the Forest Service to protect everyone’s right to water on public lands.

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Two Big Wins for Rivers!

After long, protracted campaigns, we achieved two big victories in Georgia and South Carolina that illustrate the value of the persistence shown by American Rivers and our partners.

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The End to Pebble Mine?

14,000 full-time jobs, $1.5 billion of economic activity at risk from a risky and massive proposed mine. Protect Bristol Bay by taking action today. Tell the EPA to say NO to Pebble Mine.

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Latest Battleground for Clean Water

Groundwater is being removed at an unprecedented rate. For the health of all of our Nation’s rivers, it is crucial that the law reflect sustainable pumping and the management of surface and ground water.

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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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Dam Challenges By Design

Dam removal projects come in all shapes and sizes. Here are some of the challenges that need to be addressed to restore a river to its natural state.

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