Happy World Elephant Day!

For 30 years NWNL has studied Kenya’s iconic, charismatic jumbos that create water access for so many other species in the Mara River Basin. What can you do to celebrate and help elephants? (scroll down for a few ideas 🙂 ) Participate in the #elegram project ---------> and tell others to participate too! Send an … Continue reading Happy World Elephant Day!

Summer Saturday on the Hudson

Following Rivers with Alison M. Jones Artist Talk on Saturday 7/11 from 6-7:30pm Join me as I share the inspiration and creative process behind photographs taken while on expedition in Africa and North America for No Water No Life ®. Following Rivers, curated by Jasmine Graf, is a compelling collection of giclee photographs grouped together … Continue reading Summer Saturday on the Hudson

Art as Activism to Save Our Rivers

“Water meanders in and out of every discipline, so we can never have too many poets, hydrologists, urban planners, biologists, lawyers, writers, physicians, NGO’s, or geologists working to amplify and aid water’s voice”, says artist Basia Irland. In Irland’s Receding / Reseeding series, river water is frozen, carved into the form of a book, which … Continue reading Art as Activism to Save Our Rivers

Thinking GREEN for Earth Day!

Earth Day is celebrated around the world on April 22! How'd it become a global movement? http://bit.ly/1ESgMqz - Posted by Jasmine Graf, NWNL Associate Director

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?


LET'S ACT TOGETHER as ONE WATERSHED COMMUNITY: scientists and engineers artists and photographers the youth and baby-boomers urban and rural residents citizen-scientists Many thanks to all NWNL supporters and everyone generating awareness of the importance of our watersheds!