Outdated water management and excessive diversions leave the river dry in stretches, threatening water quality, fish and wildlife, agriculture, and leaving communities vulnerable in the face of drought. Tell the Senate to take a stand for the San Joaquin and oppose H.R. 3694.
Right now, the Environmental Protection Agency and the Army Corps of Engineers are moving forward to close these loopholes and reduce uncertainty by improving the existing regulations. Make your voice heard and let the EPA and the Army Corps know that you support these improvements to better protect clean water.
The water supply system in the Colorado River Basin is stressed to its limits. More than a year ago, the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation determined that the river cannot continue to support growing demands without robust investment in a smarter water infrastructure. Tell Congress and the President that we can’t afford to wait. They need… Read more »
The Black Warrior River is a valuable resource for drinking water, recreation, fishing, and rare fish and wildlife. However, the river’s Mulberry Fork is threatened by the Shepherd Bend Mine, which would discharge polluted wastewater only 800 feet from a major drinking water intake. To mine the proposed area leases must be obtained leases from… Read more »