Crystal River among America’s Most Endangered Rivers

Washington, D.C. – American Rivers named the Crystal River among America’s Most Endangered Rivers® today, shining a national spotlight on the threat dams and water diversions pose to spectacular recreation and fish and wildlife habitat.  “The America’s Most Endangered Rivers report is a call to action to save rivers that are facing a critical tipping… Read more »

Don’t Frack the Hoback!

Take Action to Protect theHoback River   Send a letter to PXP today asking them to donate or sell their gas leases to a conservation buyer! What would the American public think if energy companies proposed drilling for oil in Yellowstone National Park? We’d be outraged, of course. How about if an energy company proposed… Read more »

Still Time for Rivers to Benefit in the Lame Duck

I have a sense of déjà vu this month as another session of Congress quickly comes to a close with a logjam of un-passed water and land bills still awaiting votes in the Senate. Just like late in 2008, the House and Senate Committees have approved dozens of environmental bills that will significantly benefit rivers,… Read more »

Playing on the Zambezi of Montana

Kootenai Falls, MT | Angel Collinson When I first moved to Montana to work as a river guide during college, everything about the place seemed bigger and wilder than I expected. Driving north with my best friend and our two kayaks, we had no idea that we would soon be living in a broken down… Read more »

Middle Fork Salmon River, Idaho

Explor One of the First Wild and Scenic Rivers The Middle Fork of the Salmon River runs 110 miles down the center of Idaho and has over 100 rapids. As one of the original eight rivers designated under the Wild and Scenic Act in 1968, it is home to incredible landscapes and crystal clear creeks…. Read more »

Anglers Fund Conservation Update Part 2 – Northern Rockies

Welcome to Part 2 of the Anglers Fund conservation update, which summarizes our recent successes to protect and restore important fish habitat. The theme for this report is “healthy fish need healthy rivers”. We hope you’ll enjoy seeing how our work has a positive impact on fisheries. This week is the Northern Rockies! See last… Read more »

For Business Icon, Saving the Smith River is Personal

The Smith River in Montana provides an exceptional fishing opportunity that is treasured by Simms Fishing Products’ owner, K.C. Walsh. K.C. talks about a special trip that he took down the Smith, and why he’s against the proposed copper mine.

Hoback River among America’s Most Endangered Rivers

Washington, D.C. – American Rivers has named the Hoback River among America’s Most Endangered Rivers® for the second year in a row, shining a national spotlight on the threat natural gas drilling poses to clean water, recreation, and world-class fish and wildlife.  “The America’s Most Endangered Rivers report is a call to action to save… Read more »

Forest Service May Scale Back Gas Drilling Project in Hoback Headwaters

After pouring through nearly 60,000 public comments on a proposed gas drilling project at the headwaters of the Hoback River in western Wyoming, the Bridger-Teton National Forest came to a stark realization – none of the drilling alternatives in its draft environmental impact study complied with its existing forest plan or a special oil and… Read more »

Sunset Magazine Feature on Western Rivers

The March 2008 issue of Sunset Magazine includes a story on the West’s rivers, featuring yours truly, and water experts from around the region. It started back in the fall with a western water roundtable at Sunset’s office in California. They recorded the lively conversation and the magazine includes exerpts. The magazine also featured three… Read more »