Spring has finally sprung in Montana, which for ranchers means it’s time for one of the most cherished social events of the year – branding parties. Rancher-turned-Governor Brian Schweitzer put a new twist on the centuries old tradition when he held a branding party in front of the state capitol in Helena earlier this week—… Read more »
While Montana is home to some of our country’s most beautiful and pristine waters, only two rivers in the state – the Flathead and the lower Missouri – enjoy Wild and Scenic protections. That is why American Rivers is working to protect some of the many other valuable rivers in Montana. These wild rivers… Read more »
American Rivers and our partners have been making progress on some of the past participants on our list of America’s Most Endangered Rivers®. We provide updates on some of those rivers, and an opportunity to take action to save Bristol Bay once and for all.
Time is running out to reauthorize one of the nation’s most successful and popular conservation tools: The Land and Water Conservation Fund.
Register today for American Hiking Society’s Hike The Hill: Trails Advocacy Week February 12-17, 2011. Trail advocates from across the nation will come to the nation’s capital to promote and protect our nation’s system of trails – including water trails. Come talk to your elected officials about your water trail and get up to speed… Read more »
Rogue River, OR | American Rivers American Rivers has worked for 40 years to protect the nation’s best, free-flowing rivers with Wild and Scenic River designations. A Wild and Scenic River designation is the strongest tool to protect rivers, prohibiting dams and other harmful development. It safeguards a river’s special fish and wildlife habitat, clean… Read more »
New protections for rivers in Colorado, Delaware, Montana, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Vermont, and Washington Washington – Seven rivers in five states are one step closer to permanent Wild and Scenic protection thanks to a package of bills that the House of Representatives approved today. It is the first time in five years that the House has… 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.
Washington, D.C.- American Rivers named the transboundary Kootenai River among America’s Most Endangered Rivers® of 2013 today due to the threat that five open-pit coal mines along one of its major tributaries pose to water quality, native fish and wildlife, and world-class recreation. American Rivers and its partners are calling on the U.S. State Department… Read more »
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 »