Spotlight on Prairie Potholes – Ducks Like Them, Why You Should Too

Prairie potholes | Laura Hubers, USFWS The Proposed Clean Water Rule Earlier this spring, the Environmental Protection Agency and the Army Corps of Engineers released a draft rule to clarify the scope of the Clean Water Act in an important step forward to restoring protections for small streams and wetlands. Despite nearly thirty years of… Read more »

As the Weather Heats Up, So Do Attacks on Clean Water in Congress

Ask your Representative to oppose dirty water provisions! | Nicholas A. Tonelli As the temperature starts to climb here in Washington, many of us might start thinking about summer vacations to the beach, a day spent floating our local river, or a weekend trip to a lake. The bad news is that attacks in Congress… Read more »

The Infamous Stringdusters Announce 2013 American Rivers Tour

Also this summer, The Infamous Stringdusters Embark on their 2013 Atlantic Beach Tour, Multiple Festival Plays, and More The Band’s Fourth Annual Festy Experience October 11-13, 2014; Pre-Sale Tickets Available Now at and Lineup to be Announced Soon The Infamous Stringdusters’ New Album, Silver Sky-Deluxe Edition, Now Available Today, Grammy-nominated The Infamous Stringdusters announce… Read more »

American Rivers and NOAA award $696,692 to restore rivers and fisheries in California, Delaware, Massachusetts, and Oregon

Washington, DC – Rivers and communities will benefit from nearly $700,000 in grants awarded through the national partnership between American Rivers and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Restoration Center. This funding will support six projects throughout California, Delaware, Massachusetts and Oregon aimed at restoring fisheries, improving public safety, and reducing flood risks. “Removing… Read more »

Explore the America’s Rivers through “River Stories”

See The Stories Take a virtual tour down America’s rivers! Ever wonder what it’s like to travel down some of America’s most scenic rivers? American Rivers, the National Park Service, and local conservation and recreation groups across the country have teamed up to create, “River Stories.” Powered by National Geographic Maps GeoStories, “River Stories” uses… Read more »

National River Cleanup® Top Ten List of 2012

Gilbert Buffalo National River Cleanup, AR | Laura Timby 400+ River cleanups 3,500,000 Pounds of trash 92,500 Volunteers 39,000 Miles of river cleaned 20,000 Service hours planning cleanups and volunteering out on rivers across the country 44 States participated in National River Cleanup California registered the most river cleanups this year, New York and New… Read more »

June is National Rivers Month!

Sangamon River Cleanup, IL | Bruce Colravy June 1st marks the beginning of summer! And with summer comes longer days, shorter nights, family vacations, barbeques and our personal favorite-National Rivers Month! Did you know that more than 250,000 rivers and streams run throughout America? Together, these waterways flow for nearly 3.6 million miles, providing drinking… Read more »

Start the Bidding War for Clean Water

BIDDING HAS STARTED » The bidding has begun! As part of the 2013 American Rivers Tour with The Infamous Stringdusters, American Rivers is auctioning off three great items with 100% of the proceeds going to support our work to protect and restore our nation’s waterways. Do you consider yourself to be the ultimate Infamous Stringdusters… Read more »