National River Cleanup Photo Contest Rules

AMERICAN RIVERS NATIONAL RIVER CLEANUP® PHOTO CONTESTOFFICIAL RULES COMMON TERMS USED IN THESE RULES:These are the official rules that govern how American Rivers’ National River Cleanup Photo Contest promotion will operate. This promotion will be simply referred to as the “Contest” throughout the rest of these rules. In these rules, “we” “our” and “us” refer… Read more »

Cleanup Results Survey

National River Cleanup® Results Survey American Rivers uses this important data to effectively show the state of our rivers, in terms of trash, to elected officials around the nation.  We are also able to measure the growth and progress of National River Cleanup™, while providing free trash bags, support, and media attention. Your Personal Information… Read more »

American Rivers Launches National River Cleanup 2009

Washington, DC — American Rivers, the nation’s leading river conservation organization, today announced the kickoff of its 2009 National River Cleanup season. Since 1992, hundreds of thousands of volunteers across the country have participated to clean up thousands of tons of trash on America’s rivers and streams. Last year American Rivers sponsored the most successful… Read more »

Tom’s of Maine River Stories Video Contest Seeks to Inspire Others

Kennebunk, ME — Inspire others to make a difference by entering the Tom’s of Maine River Stories Video Contest. As environmental concerns continue to rise, it becomes increasingly important to maintain the cleanliness of our nation’s rivers. In 2007, Tom’s of Maine pledged $1 million over five years to help support American Rivers and River… Read more »

National River Cleanup Kicks Off First Week of June

To register a river cleanup or volunteer to participate, visit: www.AmericanRivers.org/cleanup WASHINGTON, DC Millions of tons of trash wind up in our nation’s rivers and streams every year, and American Rivers is harnessing the community pride of thousands of Americans to do something about it. The nation’s leading river conservation organization is encouraging citizens to… Read more »

American Rivers Launches National River Cleanup 2008

Washington, DC — Each and every year, an appalling amount of trash finds its way into our nation’s rivers and streams. It’s a fact that has communities and civic leaders all across the country teaming up with American Rivers to do something about it. As part of National River Cleanup 2008, more than 100,000 volunteers,… Read more »