Should We Allow Development in the Grand Canyon?

The Grand Canyon is under threat of an unprecedented level of development. Sign the petition to oppose these destructive projects. Our nation’s natural cathedral is under siege. Author Kevin Fedarko wrote in Sunday’s New York Times about two major development threats that would devastate the canyon’s wild nature and utterly unique visitor experience. In the story, Bob… Read more »

Thank You

Thank You For All You Do to Support America’s Rivers It’s because of supporters like you that we’re able to achieve so much. Thank you for all of your support this year and helping to protect our nation’s rivers. Here is a video from American Rivers President, Bob Irvin. Your support helps us achieve so… Read more »

Protect Birmingham’™s Drinking Water from Coal Mine Pollution

The Black Warrior River is a valuable resource for drinking water, recreation, fishing, and rare fish and wildlife. However, the river’s Mulberry Fork is threatened by the Shepherd Bend Mine, which would discharge polluted wastewater only 800 feet from a major drinking water intake. To mine the proposed area leases must be obtained leases from… Read more »

Paddling America’s Heartland

Daniel Alvarez | Necky Kayaks It’s not often that a daydream to escape the office and venture outdoors attracts the notice (and large-scale funding) of a major sponsor. But that’s exactly what happened to Daniel Alvarez. When I spoke to Daniel, he laughed as he described the unusual path that has led him to his… Read more »