Today’s post is a guest blog by Taylor Cox. Taylor is a communications intern at American Rivers this fall. She is majoring in Communication, Law, Economics, and Government (CLEG) with a minor in Environmental Science at American University. It’s Autumn, which has American Rivers staff thinking of their favorite rivers to see the season’s colors…. Read more »
Today American Rivers announced the creation of a new grant program to benefit rivers and the communities served by them throughout the Intermountain West.
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 www.TheFesty.com 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 »
Washington, DC – With floodwaters swelling the Mississippi River to historic levels and rivers nationwide at risk from gas drilling, sewage pollution, and other threats, American Rivers today released its annual list of America’s Most Endangered Rivers™. For the second year in a row, the most endangered river in the United States is a victim… Read more »
Happy Birthday to America’s Best Rivers! October 2nd marks the 40th Anniversary of the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act which thankfully makes this great law older than I am. The passage of the federal Wild and Scenic Rivers Act in 1968 established one of our nation’s strongest conservation tools for rivers. A year earlier in… Read more »
A couple of weeksago, the Hydropower Regulatory Efficiency Act passed the full house with bi-partisan support. The bill was co-sponsored by Cathy McMorris-Rogers (WA,R) and Diana DeGette (CO, D) Quite an accomplishment in the current political climate! The Bill does several things, here are some highlights: It raises the generation threshold from 5 megawatts to… Read more »
Join American Rivers and the Infamous Stringdusters on tour! Rivers and music go great together, which is why we’re excited to announce that American Rivers and The Infamous Stringdusters are teaming up for a 2013 American Rivers tour! We’re grateful to partner with the Grammy-nominated ‘Dusters to raise awareness about the need to protect and… Read more »
This is a guest blog by Jim Klug, co-owner and founder of Confluence Films Check out the world premiere of WAYPOINTS to see more awesome fish like this monster steelhead from Alaska | © Jim Klug We’re very excited for the world premiere of the newest Confluence Films fly fishing epic, WAYPOINTS, which will be… Read more »
Yellowstone River | Photo: Robert Hawkins BOZEMAN – For the second time in four years, an oil pipeline has spilled tens of thousands of gallons of oil into the Yellowstone River in eastern Montana, contaminating water supplies for local residents and harming valuable fish and wildlife habitat on the longest free-flowing river in the lower… Read more »
There are plenty of examples of modern mining operations gone bad in Montana. In most of these cases, taxpayers end up paying millions in cleanup. Once the Smith River is lost, it can never be won back.