American Rivers' Chris Williams tells the story of a recent trip accompanying native tribal leaders down the Colorado River in the Grand Canyon.Read More »
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.Read More »
In honor of National Hunting and Fishing Day, we share some examples of how our work helps to protect and restore important fish habitat.Read More »
Time is running out to reauthorize one of the nation’s most successful and popular conservation tools: The Land and Water Conservation Fund.Read More »
The General Mining Act of 1872 is an antiquated law governing mining on public lands. We need to protect special places that are threatened under this outdated rule.
A local resident, Evelyn Cook, talks about why nickel mining would be a bad idea environmentally and economically for the Smith River in Oregon and California.
Ken Morrish shares some of his favorite images of the endangered Hunter Creek, Pistol Creek, and Smith River.
A bill pending in the U.S. Senate would make the hydroelectric industry and the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission into modern-day Robber Barons.
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.
The Ashley River Blue Trail figures prominently into Dorchester County’s effort to create its first ever park system. We must work now to promote and preserve the Ashley River.