Anxiously Eyeing the Skies in the Sunny South

Middle Oconee River, GA drought in October 2007 | Ben Emanuel Here in Georgia, it’s been a cool, wet spring so far. That’s an especially good thing after drought conditions last year that were as severe here as anywhere in the country.  But in my conversations with local water managers and other water-watchers lately, I’ve… Read more »

Urban Rivers: Managing Clean Water In The City

USGS I’ll never forget the moment I watched, astonished, a tall man nonchalantly wad up his burger wrapper, step into the street, and toss it directly into the storm drain that led to the Chattahoochee River. How could he not know that streams in our cities are often right beneath us, hidden and buried away,… Read more »

Two Cheers For The Hooch!

Take Action to Protect theChattahoochee River Tell the Army Corps of Engineers to deny permits for the Glades and Bear Creek reservoirs! Continuing our spotlight on America’s Most Endangered Rivers® of 2012, today is Chattahoochee River Day!  In celebration, I wanted to share a story about my recent trip down the Chattahoochee, affectionately known by… Read more »

Why I Love The Chattahoochee River

Today’s guest blog for our America’s Most Endangered Rivers® series is from Kevin McGrath, President of Upper Chattahoochee Chapter Trout Unlimited: Take Action to Protect theChattahoochee River Tell the Army Corps of Engineers to deny permits for the Glades and Bear Creek reservoirs! Just like you, I like my home water simply because it is… Read more »

Endangered Rivers On FIRE!

Stop the Attacks on Clean Water  Let Congress know you support the Clean Water Act What a week!  News of the release of American Rivers’ annual list of America’s Most Endangered Rivers® spread like wildfire this week.  This gives us great hope that progress will be made towards good decisions for our ten rivers this… Read more »

Announcing America’s Most Endangered Rivers® of 2012

It’s here – the 2012 list of America’s Most Endangered Rivers®! From pollution to fracking to dams and dredging, this year we’re highlighting issues that have a direct impact on our clean water, public health, and wildlife. Every year since 1986, this report has put a spotlight on ten rivers at risk. With the 2012… Read more »

Chattahoochee River among America’s Most Endangered Rivers

Washington, D.C. – American Rivers named the Chattahoochee River among America’s Most Endangered Rivers® today, shining a national spotlight on two boondoggle dam and reservoir proposals that are far too expensive and would harm water supplies, clean water, recreation opportunities, and fish and wildlife habitat.  “The America’s Most Endangered Rivers report is a call to… Read more »