Green River – Let ‘er buck!

In response to our action alert this summer, more than 10,000 American Rivers members and supporters contacted Wyoming Gov. Matt Mead to tell him “no” to new dams on the Upper Green River. The governor heard you, as the proposed dams recently were dropped from further consideration due to widespread public opposition.

American Rivers Opens New Northern Rockies Office in Montana

(Bozeman, Montana) – American Rivers, the nation’s leading river conservation organization, today announced that it has opened a new Northern Rockies Office in Bozeman, Montana and that Scott Bosse will serve as Director of the office. Scott Bosse has more than 13 years of experience protecting and restoring rivers.  The focus of American Rivers’ Northern… Read more »

It’s Green River Day! Share Your Love For The Green!

Take Action to Protect the Green River Let Congress know you support the Clean Water Act! Today is Green River Day!  It is time to speak up on behalf of the Green River, our #2 this year on the list of America’s Most Endangered Rivers®. Do you love canyons?  Rafting?  Fishing?  The Wild Wild West? … Read more »

Great News for the Green River!

Green River, UT | Scott Bosse Great news! The Colorado Water Conservation Board has decided to stop funding a study investigating a potential 500-mile pipeline from Wyoming’s Flaming Gorge Reservoir to the Colorado Front Range.  This pipeline would have withdrawn massive amounts of water from the Green River- a beautiful western gem running through Utah,… Read more »

Press Statement on the Hoback Gas Lease Buyout

Bob Irvin, President of American Rivers: “For each of the past 27 years, American Rivers has issued our America’s Most Endangered Rivers® report to shine a national spotlight on ten rivers facing urgent threats.  The Hoback has made the list for two years in a row.  That speaks not only to the value of the… Read more »

Most Endangered Rivers of 2011 Announced Today!

Presenting our much awaited…yearly exposé of rivers on the brink… America’s Most Endangered Rivers™ of 2011! We have a crucial list of rivers compiled for this year, with threats ranging from natural gas development to flooding to mining to disgusting water pollution. It is all on the list! For the second year in a row,… Read more »

Don’t Bury My River

Today’s guest blog about the #10 Niobrara River- a part of our America’s Most Endangered Rivers® series- is from Mel Hansen, a local long-term resident of Knox County, Nebraska. Take Action to Protect theNiobrara River Tell the Army Corps to protect local communities from flooding by addressing sediment issues! My wife and I started visiting… Read more »

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 »

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 »

Summer music tour with The Infamous Stringdusters

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 »