America’s Most Endangered Rivers of 2011, coming May 17

America’s Most Endangered Rivers

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On May 17, American Rivers will release America’s Most Endangered Rivers of 2011. From record floods to energy development to sewage pollution, the rivers on this year’s list face serious threats.

Sign up now to receive an alert when we release the list on Tuesday, and find out how you can help this year’s endangered rivers.

For 26 years, American Rivers has sounded the alarm on 360 rivers through our America’s Most Endangered Rivers report. The report is not a list of the “worst” or most polluted rivers, but is a call to action for rivers at a crossroads, whose fates will be determined in the coming year. Over the years, the report has helped spur many successes including the removal of outdated dams, the protection of rivers with Wild and Scenic designations, and the prevention of harmful development and pollution.

Please join us in taking action and spreading the word this Tuesday to help save America’s Most Endangered Rivers of 2011.