American Rivers Launches National River Cleanup 2010

Washington, DC — American Rivers, the nation’s leading river conservation organization, today announced the kickoff of its 2010 National River Cleanup season and the strengthening of the program through the hiring of a full-time National River Cleanup Campaign Manager. Last year, American Rivers sponsored the most successful National River Cleanup yet with hundreds of thousands… Read more »

National River Cleanup turns twenty — and is still growing!

American Rivers’ National River Cleanup™ has supported and encouraged river cleanups across the nation for 20 years. We offer volunteer engagement through our interactive map, free trash bags, snacks and t-shirts from Boulder Canyon Natural Foods, online social media networking, and technical support to all of our cleanup organizers. As a result of our support,… Read more »

Keurig Green Mountain, Inc.

Welcome to the Keurig Green Mountain, Inc. 2015 National River Cleanup Rivers are our lifelines. They supply half of our drinking water, provide opportunities for recreation, fuel our economy, sustain natural systems, and enrich the quality of our lives. More than three million miles of rivers crisscross our nation and nearly every American lives within… Read more »

And The Photo Contest Winner Is…

2013 National River Cleanup photo contest winner: Susan Simonson photo from the Antietam Creek Rubbish Roundup in Maryland You voted, the results are in, and we have the winner of the 2013 National River Cleanup® photo contest! After two weeks of you sharing the voting page on Facebook, tweeting the link to your followers on… Read more »

Winter Is Coming

Winter is just around the corner here in Washington D.C. Temperatures are dropping, we had our first snow, and every day my fellow bike commuters are bundling up even more.   On these cold mornings I like to think back to warmer months out on the water.  This summer I traveled to the Elkhorn Slough in… Read more »

Ashley River Blue Trail: A Recreational Oasis

The Ashley River Blue Trail figures prominently into Dorchester County’s effort to create its first ever park system. We must work now to promote and preserve the Ashley River.

American Rivers Kicks Off 20th Anniversary of National River Cleanup(TM)

Washington, DC — American Rivers, the nation’s leading voice for healthy rivers and clean water, today announced the kickoff of National River Cleanup™, now in its 20th year. The program, which mobilizes hundreds of thousands of volunteers to pick up trash from rivers nationwide, is poised for its most successful year to date. Millions of… Read more »

National River Cleanup® joins forces on the Potomac River

National River Cleanup® joined the Potomac Conservancy last Saturday for a sunny and productive morning out on our nation’s River.  The river cleanup site in Cabin John, Maryland along the C&O Canal was one of hundreds of cleanup sites that worked out on the Potomac River as part of the Alice Ferguson Foundation 24th Annual… Read more »

Treasure Hunt

© Davita Flowers-Shawklin American Rivers’ National River Cleanup™ has been asking River Cleanup Organizers to list some of their most interesting items. Every year, I’m amazed at what trash and treasures people find. Each of these items has a story about where it came from and who left it behind—either accidentally (like that 10 dollar… Read more »