Chattahoochee River among America’s Most Endangered Rivers

Washington, D.C. – American Rivers named the Chattahoochee River among America’s Most Endangered Rivers® today, shining a national spotlight on two boondoggle dam and reservoir proposals that are far too expensive and would harm water supplies, clean water, recreation opportunities, and fish and wildlife habitat.  “The America’s Most Endangered Rivers report is a call to… Read more »

Coal River among America’s Most Endangered Rivers

Washington D.C. – American Rivers named the Coal River among America’s Most Endangered Rivers® today, shining a national spotlight on the threat mountaintop removal mining poses to clean water and public health. The announcement of the Coal is particularly timely, with the nation commemorating the 40th anniversary of the Clean Water Act this year, and Congress… Read more »

Crystal River among America’s Most Endangered Rivers

Washington, D.C. – American Rivers named the Crystal River among America’s Most Endangered Rivers® today, shining a national spotlight on the threat dams and water diversions pose to spectacular recreation and fish and wildlife habitat.  “The America’s Most Endangered Rivers report is a call to action to save rivers that are facing a critical tipping… Read more »

Grand River among America’s Most Endangered Rivers

Washington, D.C. – American Rivers named the Grand River among America’s Most Endangered Rivers® today, shining a national spotlight on the threat natural gas drilling poses to clean water, recreation, and wildlife.  “The America’s Most Endangered Rivers report is a call to action to save rivers that are facing a critical tipping point,” said Jessie… Read more »

A History of Success

How the Report Has Made an Impact Through the Most Endangered Rivers report, for more than 25 years American Rivers has been the national watchdog raising the alarm on imperiled rivers and energizing grassroots support to stop threats such as dam proposals, mining operations, coal-fired generators, and massive dumping of raw sewage. Working with local… Read more »

Is Your Favorite River Endangered This Year?

Guess what rivers are the most endangered this year?  If you live in this state alphabet soup, you might see a nearby river in the news on May 15: CO, DC, GA, IA, KS, MD, MO, MT, ND, NE, OH, PA, SD, UT, VA, WA, WV, and WY Are you wondering what issues we will… Read more »

2012 America’s Most Endangered Rivers® Coming May 15!

It’s hard to believe, but it is almost time for the release of America’s Most Endangered Rivers® of 2012!  Mark your calendars for May 15!  The America’s Most Endangered Rivers® report is one of the best-known and longest-lived annual reports in the environmental movement. Each year since 1986, grassroots river conservationists have teamed up with… Read more »

Making Strides Toward Greater Protection for Delaware River

As anyone who follows the trials and tribulations impacting our nation’s rivers knows, you have to celebrate the small victories.  Today we are celebrating the Delaware River because we are one step closer to increasing vital protections for this watershed that provides millions of people with clean drinking water, exciting opportunities to explore nature with… Read more »

River Policy Update: March Wrap-Up

Locals Advocate for Wild and Scenic RiversIn March, Congress heard from people who support Wild and Scenic River designations for their favorite rivers. During a House Natural Resources Committee hearing on a bill that would designate the Molalla River as a National Wild and Scenic River, Michael Moody, President of the Molalla River Alliance testified… Read more »