American Rivers Opens New Northern Rockies Office in Montana

(Bozeman, Montana) – American Rivers, the nation’s leading river conservation organization, today announced that it has opened a new Northern Rockies Office in Bozeman, Montana and that Scott Bosse will serve as Director of the office. Scott Bosse has more than 13 years of experience protecting and restoring rivers.  The focus of American Rivers’ Northern… Read more »

U.S. House Passes Bill to Protect Molalla River as a Wild and Scenic River

Washington – Today, in a 291-133 bipartisan vote, the House of Representatives approved legislation to designate the Molalla River as a federal Wild and Scenic River.  American Rivers and the Molalla River Alliance applauded Representative Kurt Schrader, (D- OR- 5th), for sponsoring the legislation that will protect 22 miles and 7,000 acres of riverside land… Read more »

Elk River Wild and Scenic Study Bill Passes the House

Washington – West Virginia’s Elk River came one step closer to permanent protection yesterday, when the House of Representatives passed H.R. 3113, the Upper Elk River Wild and Scenic Study Act.  American Rivers, building on its success with the recent omnibus Wild and Scenic Rivers bill that protected 86 rivers in seven states, is urging… Read more »

Illabot Creek Field Trip

Guest blog by Bonnie Rice, Associate Director of Conservation in our Northwest Regional Office This morning was one of those mornings when I feel very fortunate to be working at American Rivers, protecting more Washington State rivers and streams through Wild and Scenic River designation. Over the past two years, American Rivers has been working… Read more »

American Rivers Wild and Scenic Rivers Work in Montana

  While Montana is home to some of our country’s most beautiful and pristine waters, only two rivers in the state – the Flathead and the lower Missouri – enjoy Wild and Scenic protections. That is why American Rivers is working to protect some of the many other valuable rivers in Montana.  These wild rivers… Read more »