MillerCoors Employees Clean Up Local Rivers During Great Water Month

MillerCoors celebrates Great Water Month in Golden, CO | MillerCoors Personally, I love a cold beer after a float down the river.  And you certainly can’t call yourself a “beer lover” without recognizing how important clean water is to the production of that bit of frothy goodness.  Water is essential to every step of the… Read more »

Cleaning Up Where We Play

An REI volunteer surveys the trash collected from the boat launch on the Juniata River Water Trail | Peter Roquemore Rivers are focal points in communities and river cleanups draw volunteers from all walks of life. One of my favorite parts of a river cleanup is meeting people and learning their motivations for volunteering their… Read more »

Successful Ashley River Clean Up

Ashley River Clean Up – March 21, 2105 | © SSWA The Summerville Saltwater Anglers, a family oriented fishing club, held a successful second annual Ashley River Cleanup March 21 at Jessen’s landing. The group has adopted the Ashley River, American Rivers newest Blue Trail. This year’s event was twice as big as last year… Read more »

American Rivers Kicks Off National River Cleanup Season

Washington, DC  – American Rivers, the nation’s leading voice for healthy rivers and clean water, today announced the kickoff of National River Cleanup®. For over two decades this program has mobilized hundreds of thousands of volunteers to pick up trash from rivers nationwide. Healthy rivers provide major benefits like clean drinking water, wildlife habitat, and recreation… Read more »

Earth Day 2012: How will you celebrate?

April 22, 1970 – let’s take a walk down memory lane.  In the heart of flower power, Nixon’s presidency, the Vietnam War, the establishment of the Environmental Protection Agency and the last Beatles’ album – the modern environmental movement was born.  Protest marked the landscape, but saving the planet was not high on the priority… Read more »

Read Me A River

One of the best things about winter is getting to curl up with a good book. So how about a good river read with your favorite kid…  Here are some recommendations from some of our staff: For starters, there’s “Trout, Trout, Trout (a fish chant)” written by April Pulley Sayre that highlights freshwater fish in the… Read more »

Enter the 2012 National River Cleanup Photo Contest

2011 National River Cleanup photo contest winner | Jeanne Ison It’s time to celebrate the river cleanups of 2012.  To ring in the new year in proper fashion: The 2012 National River Cleanup Photo Contest will run now through the end of the year.  In the beginning of January voting on the top ten photo… Read more »

Cleaning Up A Creek Full of Memories In Manheim

Some huge tires were pulled out of the creek | © John Crispeno, Manheim Pennsylvania It was one of those late summer mornings with a chill in the air. The sun shining through the trees warmed me while the Chiques Creek flowed below. On September 21st American Rivers joined 100 employees from Manheim Pennsylvania and… Read more »

You’re Registered!

We look forward to seeing you! Thank you for registering for the Keurig Green Mountain River Cleanup Event! We’re excited for you to join us in giving back to the community and restoring this important environment. We will be in touch soon with specific information about your volunteer shift. If you have any questions please… Read more »