Water policy experts spent 5 days on the Yampa River to build good will, identify common ground, and talk about preserving the river for future generations.
Hurricane Katrina was not just a natural disaster – it was a failure of man. Ten years later, more needs to be done to modernize the Army Corps of Engineers, promote natural flood protection, and reduce reliance on levees.
Montana resident Deb Davidson explains how she fell in love with the Smith River, one of America’s Most Endangered Rivers® of 2015.
Harmful algal blooms in Lake Erie caused the Toledo water crisis. American Rivers is working on green infrastructure solutions to help reduce nutrient pollution in local streams and rivers.
American Rivers and Flint Riverkeeper are working in collaboration with diverse partners to restore the flows and health of the Flint.
Slow-moving blackwater. Untouched cypress vistas. Swallowtail kites and ospreys soaring overhead. Our new film features the many treasures of South Carolina’s Waccamaw River Blue Trail.
In the wake of the flooding damage caused to the northeast by Hurricane Sandy, the federal government made funds available to help vulnerable coastal communities bolster their first line of natural defense – rivers and wetlands.
I was standing along my local river the other day, under a blue sky with a gentle breeze slipping by. Soft sunlight from above reflected off the nearby cliffs and a muted silence surrounded my thoughts – rare for a beautiful Sunday morning in August. N… Read more »
Joe Sowerby, an outfitter in Montana, talks about the wonders of the Smith River. The Smith River is one of America’s Most Endangered Rivers® of 2015.
During record drought, the Kittitas Reclamation District diverts water from its irrigation canals and works with local landowners to bring fresh flows to disappearing Yakima River tributaries. Cooperative relationships forged by the Yakima Basin Integrated Plan make it all possible.