American Rivers Kicks Off 20th Anniversary of National River Cleanup(TM)

Washington, DC — American Rivers, the nation’s leading voice for healthy rivers and clean water, today announced the kickoff of National River Cleanup™, now in its 20th year. The program, which mobilizes hundreds of thousands of volunteers to pick up trash from rivers nationwide, is poised for its most successful year to date. Millions of… Read more »

Celebrating a Special Stream, Montana Style

Blue skies and a light breeze accompanied the aroma of grilling sausages at the inaugural “Celebrate East Rosebud” event held at East Rosebud Lake late last month. While most of the 240 local residents in attendance brought dishes to share – delicious homemade foods piled high on tables in the historic East Rosebud Lake Lodge… Read more »

Paddling Up Support For The Green River

Today’s guest blog for our America’s Most Endangered Rivers® series is about the Green River (#2) from our partner Steve Markle with the outfitter O.A.R.S. Take Action to Protect theGreen River Tell Gov. Herbert not to divert the Green River. The not-for-profit conservation organization American Rivers has just announced its 2012 list of the country’s… Read more »

A Tribute To National Parks

This is a guest blog from our conservation intern Dan Hermes. Soda Butte Creek, Yellowstone, WY | Dan Hermes As I trek through the tall grass of the high country, I peer off in the distance to see golden plains filled with bison and mountains of epic proportions in the background. The sweet scent of… Read more »

Register for National River Cleanup 2011!

River cleanup season is here! Have you considered organizing a cleanup on your local river? Registration is now open for the 2011 season. Help us celebrate the 20th Anniversary of National River Cleanup™ by registering today. American Rivers’ National River Cleanup™ connects people across the country to their local rivers ands streams though hands-on volunteerism. In… Read more »

Let’s Pony Up for the Hoback

Hoback River | Scott BosseSave an acre forever » It’s pretty rare that we ever get the opportunity to save a slice of heaven for $150 an acre. But on one of my favorite rivers – the Hoback in Wyoming – you can do just that. The Hoback isn’t as well known as some of… Read more »