NWNL Photo Exhibit, ‘Following Rivers’ opens @ BIRE March 14th

On the banks of our rivers we raise families, grow food, do laundry, fish, swim, celebrate and relax. “Following Rivers,” a new exhibit by conservation photographer and No Water No Life Founding Director Alison M. Jones, tells a visual story of people and the critical water issues they face. Combining the power of photography and … Continue reading NWNL Photo Exhibit, ‘Following Rivers’ opens @ BIRE March 14th

Will the movie “DamNation” lead to the removal of the lower four Snake River Dams?

Since the release of the movie "DamNation" over a year ago, over 72 dams have been removed and over 730 miles of rivers were restored across the United States according to the non-profit conservation organization American Rivers. In January of this year, the producers of the movie met with members of Congress and White House … Continue reading Will the movie “DamNation” lead to the removal of the lower four Snake River Dams?

Short Video on Soil

NWNL has posted a new 5 minute video on SOIL on its website! Like global water supplies, our soil is a limited resource; and the health of our soil is dependent on water. This film explains that soil creates food production, fiber for fuel, water availability, nutrient recycling and organic carbon stocks. Plus, soil is … Continue reading Short Video on Soil