American Rivers and our partners have been making progress on some of the past participants on our list of America’s Most Endangered Rivers®. We provide updates on some of those rivers, and an opportunity to take action to save Bristol Bay once and for all.
A proposed diversion will have tremendous economic and ecological impacts on New Mexico’s last wild river: the Gila.
Welcome to Part 4 of the Anglers Fund conservation update, which summarizes our recent successes to protect and restore important fish habitat. The theme for this report is “healthy fish need healthy rivers”. We hope you’ll enjoy seeing how our work has a positive impact on fisheries. This week is the South! Previous posts: California,… Read more »
The Black Warrior River — listed as one of America’s Most Endangered Rivers® in 2013 and 2011— is the subject of our guest blog today from Charles Scribner, Executive Director of the Black Warrior Riverkeeper. The Black Warrior Riverkeeper is a citizen-based nonprofit organization dedicated to improving water quality, habitat, recreation, and public health throughout… Read more »
Today we have a guest blog update from the Friends of the Central Sands about the Little Plover River – a part of our America’s Most Endangered Rivers® list in 2013. Little Plover River | Barb Feltz The Little Plover River was on American Rivers’ list of America’s Most Endangered Rivers® in 2013, due to… Read more »
Welcome to Part 3 of the Anglers Fund conservation update, which summarizes our recent successes to protect and restore important fish habitat. The theme for this report is “healthy fish need healthy rivers”. We hope you’ll enjoy seeing how our work has a positive impact on fisheries. This week is California! See previous posts on… Read more »
In April, American Rivers released our annual report on America’s Most Endangered Rivers®, drawing attention to significant threats facing our rivers. We have been working hard in recent months to encourage progress on these critical issues, and some highlights from that work are mentioned below. San Joaquin River drying up at San Mateo Road |… Read more »
Upper Colorado | Jamie Mierau During my first week as the Eagle River Blue Trail Coordinator with American Rivers I was fortunate to float with my colleagues on the upper Colorado River from Rancho Del Rio to the new boat ramp at Catamount Bridge. Floating a stretch of the Upper Colorado for the first time… Read more »
The facts about barge efficiency are as foggy as the Mississippi River in the morning | Olivia Dorothy In August, the Waterways Council, an interest group representing commercial users on inland navigation routes, announced a new partnership to clean up trash along the Mississippi River. Hooray! Cleaning up and redirecting trash from the Mississippi River… Read more »
The Grand Valley in Colorado | NRCS Agriculture and working landscapes play an integral role in Colorado. Colorado agriculture contributes $ 41 billion to the state economy and employs 171,921 people. Working farms and ranches also substantially contribute to Colorado’s recreation economy through a growing agritourism industry. Agriculture also remains critical to the economy of… Read more »