The Infamous Stringdusters: Giving Back While on Tour

The Infamous Stringdusters lend a hand at a National River Cleanup® event in Missoula, MT | © Michael Fiebig August days in Montana tend to be hot, dry, and sunny. This day was no different, making the cool water of the Clark Fork River feel that much more refreshing on our legs as we picked… Read more »

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The Long-term Progress on the Great Miami River

For four years in a row, American Rivers and Cox Conserves has been working to cleanup the Great Miami River, OH | © Courtney Barefoot “It’s really not that bad out here.” I heard this comment repeated by more than one person on Friday, July 19th at the fourth annual Clean Sweep of the Great… Read more »

Frequently Asked Questions About The National River Cleanup®

About the National River Cleanup® Millions of tons of trash end up in our nation’s rivers and streams every year from litter on the ground and illegal dump sites. Trash is more than just an eyesore; it can contaminate your drinking water and threaten the lives of all who depend on it. American Rivers hosts… Read more »

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Post-Cleanup Survey

Green Mountain Coffee Roasters, Inc. Post-Cleanup Survey Thank you for participating in the Green Mountain Coffee Roasters river cleanup with American Rivers. Your feedback helps us continue to make the Green Mountain Coffee Roasters river cleanup better every year. Loading…

Keurig Green Mountain, Inc.

Welcome to the Keurig Green Mountain, Inc. 2014 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 »