Saving Salmon on the White River in Washington

Today’s guest blog about the #8 White River in Washington- a part of our America’s Most Endangered Rivers® series- is from Dave Seabrook. Dave is a long-time salmon recovery activist in Tacoma, Washington, and a founding board member of the Puyallup Watershed Coalition. Tell the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to fix the dam and modernize… Read more »

Clear Problem, Clear Solution

Today’s guest blog about the #8 White River in Washington- a part of our America’s Most Endangered Rivers® series- is from Bill Anderson, Executive Director of Citizens for a Healthy Bay. Citizens for a Healthy Bay is an environmental organization whose mission is to represent and engage citizens in the cleanup, restoration, and protection of Commencement… Read more »

Protect the White River from Oil and Gas Development!

Today’s guest blog about the #7 White River, Colorado- a part of our America’s Most Endangered Rivers® series- is from Neil Shader with The Wilderness Society. With a mission to protect wilderness and inspire Americans to care for our wild places, The Wilderness Society has led the effort to permanently protect nearly 110 million acres… Read more »

Saving the Edisto River

Today’s guest blog about the #6 South Fork Edisto River- a part of our America’s Most Endangered Rivers® series- is from Doug Busbee, a local long-term resident. Tell Governor Haley and the South Carolina General Assembly to protect the Edisto River from excessive water withdrawals | © Hugo Krispyn When I was a small boy,… Read more »

Stanford Alum Hopes for Dam Removal

Today’s guest blog about the #5 San Francisquito Creek- a part of our America’s Most Endangered Rivers® series- is from Kimberley Milligan, a graduate of Stanford University (B.A. 1991) and an American Rivers Board Member. Tell Stanford University to remove this obsolete dam and restore San Francisquito Creek | © Matt Stoecker As a Stanford… Read more »

Choices On The Gila Reflect Choices For Our Future

Today’s guest blog about the #4 Gila River- a part of our America’s Most Endangered Rivers® series- is from Jason Amaro. Jason Amaro lives in Silver City, NM – a gateway community to the Gila National Forest. A Board Member of the New Mexico Wildlife Federation, Jason can also be found on his blog, www.TheNewMexicoSportsman.com…. Read more »

From the Mississippi’s 1993 Flood to Today

Today’s guest blog about the #3 Middle Mississippi River- a part of our America’s Most Endangered Rivers® series- is from Alison Jones. Alison is the Director of No Water No Life® and a professional photographer. Today Alison tells us about her experience seeing a flood on the Mississippi River in 1993. Tell the U.S. Army… Read more »

Tell The U.S. Army Corps Of Engineers To Abandon The New Madrid Levee

Tell the Corps. and EPA to abandon the New Madrid Levee project | © IL Emergency Management Agency In 2011, as the Mississippi River crept closer to overtopping levees and flooding communities like Cairo, IL, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers dramatically blew up the Bird’s Point levee at the top of the New Madrid… Read more »

A Western Colorado perspective on “New Supply”

Today’s guest blog about the #2 Upper Colorado River- a part of our America’s Most Endangered Rivers® series- is from Jim Pokrandt, Chair of the Colorado Basin Roundtable. To facilitate discussions on water management issues and encourage locally driven collaborative solutions, nine basin roundtables were established by the Colorado Water for the 21st Century Act. These… Read more »

Stop Diverting the Upper Colorado River to Death

Upper Colorado River, CO – Moffat East Portal | © Ken Neubecker The population of Colorado is expected to double by the year 2050. That means there will be another five million people living, working, playing, raising families, and otherwise enjoying all the things that make Colorado what it is. All these new people will probably… Read more »