November 14, 2014, marked the end of the public comment period on the proposed rule, Definition of ‘Waters of the United States’ Under the Clean Water Act. American Rivers would like to thank everyone who has submitted comments to the docket. It is important to let the Agencies know you care about clean water and… Read more »
American Rivers members and activists – Here is an awesome way to show off your love for the outdoors every day, while giving back to the Colorado rivers that bring us so much! Introducing the Protect Our Rivers License Plate – Check it out! In early 2014, our friends at Colorado Trout Unlimited began a… Read more »
Over 700,000 people support the Clean Water Rule | League of Conservation Voters 739,794 comments have been written in support of the finalization of the EPA and Army Corps proposed rule, “Definition of ‘Waters of the United States’ Under the Clean Water Act.” On October 22, 2014 comments from several environmental organizations, including American Rivers,… Read more »
Say NO to a costly, unnecessary diversion project on the Gila! New Mexico Governor Susana Martinez and the Interstate Stream Commission (ISC) must make a decision soon whether to move forward with plans to build a diversion project on the Gila River – one of American Rivers’ Most Endangered Rivers in 2014 – under the… Read more »
There is nothing more important for Colorado’s future than water. Given that, few things are more critical than the current effort to create a statewide Colorado Water Plan. In 2013, Governor Hickenlooper instructed the Colorado Water Conservation Board to conduct a two-year long planning process to develop a codified approach for how to manage our… Read more »
For Toledo residents — and across the country — polluted runoff is contaminating water in streams and wetlands. Americans shouldn’t have to worry where their next glass of water is coming from. The Clean Water Protection rule can help us protect our drinking water and ensure clean water for our rivers and our communities –… Read more »
National River Cleanup joined Keurig Green Mountain, Inc. for their 10th river cleanup on the Winooski River in Waterbury, Vermont.
The 277 miles of the Grand Canyon are vast and wild and untouchable, revered throughout our nation’s history and protected for all time – or so it has seemed.
You probably know the importance of clean water when it comes to your health, but did you know that clean water is also imperative to the health of our economy? EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy wrote about the importance of clean water for economic growth in her op-ed that appeared in the Huffington Post September 29,… Read more »
Algal Bloom in Lake Erie About 2 months ago, my colleague Katie Rousseau posted a blog on the drinking water ban in Toledo and what caused it. Unsafe levels of algae-specific toxins got into the drinking water supply, and people were dependent on water being shipped in from other areas. It still is a very… Read more »