Tell the EPA that You Support Clean Water Protections

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.

Colorado River in Crisis, it’s Future is at Stake

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 »

Tell the EPA: It’s Time to Stop Runoff

The EPA needs to stop dragging their feet and better manage this polluted runoff. Send a letter to EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy urging her to update these programs to protect our rivers and clean water.

Protect Bristol Bay from Destructive Open Pit Mining

The rivers of Bristol Bay are wild and pristine. Unfortunately, this one of a kind resource is threatened by a mine of staggering scale that would cause irreversible damage to the rivers, clean water, salmon, and an entire way of life. Tell the EPA to not allow the Pebble Mine to proceed.

Keep the Colorado Flowing!

Demand on the Colorado River’s water now exceeds its supply, leaving the river so over-tapped that it no longer flows to the sea. A century of water management policies and practices that have promoted wasteful water use have put the river at a critical crossroads. U.S. Congress must support robust funding of critical programs like… Read more »

Protect Birmingham’™s Drinking Water from Coal Mine Pollution

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 »