Protect America’s Endangered Rivers

Every year since 1986, American Rivers has teamed up with river conservationists to release an annual report of America's Most Endangered Rivers. This report highlights a number of threats to our rivers and examines risks to communities and wildlife.Three of these Endangered Rivers are tributaries to two NWNL case-study watersheds:  The Columbia River Basin (The … Continue reading Protect America’s Endangered Rivers

June – National Rivers Month

In the spirit of Summer Solstice, NWNL offers below its interview with Ray Gardner, Chief of the Chinook Nation, honoring the Pacific Northwest’s Columbia River and Mother Earth. We met Ray on the 2007 NWNL Columbia River Expedition in a Chinook cove off this salmon-filled river’s estuary. Three weeks ago NWNL completed its Upper and … Continue reading June – National Rivers Month

reflection

"These landscapes of water and reflection have become an obsession." ~ Claude Monet Click on photos to enlarge. All images © Alison M. Jones.

will work for clean water

Have a few laughs and check out more of T. McCracken's witty water quality cartoons and ecology cartoons!!!