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 »
Colorado River, S. Kaibab Trail | Bailey Kennett I’ll never forget my first encounter with the Colorado River: I was hiking down the South Kaibab Trail of the Grand Canyon, amazed at how the setting sun colored the canyon walls, when suddenly the River came into view and the panorama changed entirely. In that moment… Read more »
A proposed diversion will have tremendous economic and ecological impacts on New Mexico’s last, wild river: the Gila.
The 60 foot Searsville Dam from below | Matt Stoecker After 15 years of pushing by American Rivers and partners such as Beyond Searsville Dam (BSD), Stanford University could finally start taking responsibility for the harm its water system causes to endangered steelhead trout and local streams. For over 100 years, Stanford has operated multiple… Read more »
Guest post by Roger Clark Being named America’s Most Endangered River is a dubious honor. First place in rivers under siege is the last place we want the mighty waters that cut Grand Canyon to be. So when American Rivers asked Grand Canyon Trust to be its local partner in designating Grand Canyon’s reach of… Read more »
The following guest blog from Bud Skidmore is a part of our America’s Most Endangered Rivers® series — Edisto River, South Carolina. Bud Skidmore is a founding member and served two terms as chairman of the Edisto Island Preservation Alliance, a group whose mission is to preserve Edisto Island’s rural and agricultural way of life… Read more »
Today’s guest blog is a part of the America’s Most Endangered Rivers® series highlighting the Harpeth River in Tennessee. In August 2003, John Guider walked out the back door of his home in Franklin, Tennessee, and placed a canoe in the creek behind his house. Three months later, he had paddled all the way to… Read more »
The Smith River generates at least $10 million annually for the local economy through recreation was listed as an Endangered River due to a proposed copper mine along a major headwaters tributary.
American Rivers’ Chris Williams tells the story of a recent trip accompanying native tribal leaders down the Colorado River in the Grand Canyon.
Minnesota’s Governor Mark Dayton has stated that sulfide-ore mining should not be permitted near the Boundary Waters. Now, he needs to protect the St. Louis River from the same type of harmful mining.