This article is a joint opinion piece co-authored by Tom Vilsack and Matt Rice. Tom Vilsack serves as the 30th U.S. Secretary of Agriculture. Matt Rice is the director of the Colorado River Basin Program for American Rivers. This article was first published in the Sante Fe New Mexican. U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack… Read more »
Mississippi River Press Conference | Olivia Dorothy Today, the Mississippi River Cities and Towns Initiative unveiled a new program: The Mississippi River Sustainable Development Fund to provide grants for startup costs for sustainable riverfront development. Funding for this grant program will be provided by partner city and corporate contributions. The mayors are right on track,… Read more »
Today we have a guest blog from Trafford McRae, Stormwater Program Manager at the City of Waynesboro Public Works. Trafford was the leader on a park-side river restoration project in western Virginia that American Rivers funded through our partnership with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) called the Potomac Highlands Implementation Grant Program. Students touring Waynesboro… Read more »
Targeted Universalism helps American Rivers engage diverse communities in the Southern Appalachians and Carolinas
Time is running out to reauthorize one of the nation’s most successful and popular conservation tools: The Land and Water Conservation Fund.
Denver, CO – Today American Rivers announced the creation of a new grant program to benefit rivers and the communities served by them throughout the Intermountain West. The Connecting Communities to Rivers grant program will provide financial support for projects that connect communities in the Intermountain West to their rivers by improving family-friendly recreational opportunities… 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.
In 2015, American Rivers announced the Connecting Communities to Rivers Grant Program, and we are now excited to announce the seven recipients of the inaugural grant.
American Rivers and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) selected seven recipients of $1,673,119 in environmental grants to benefit communities, and protect rivers and clean water in the Potomac Highlands region of Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and West Virginia. Funding for these projects was made possible through a cooperative agreement between American Rivers and the EPA, which… Read more »
Grant Programs Through American Rivers