NWNL Self-Published Books

Did you know NWNL has self-published several books using photographs taken by NWNL Director Alison Jones on expeditions? Several of the books also use quotes from NWNL Voices of the River interviews with watershed stewards as well as additional research. Today's blog gives an overview of each of NWNL's self-published books. If you're interested in … Continue reading NWNL Self-Published Books

NWNL’s Most Endangered Rivers 2019

Every April, American Rivers releases a list of the top ten most endangered rivers in the United States. America's Most Endangered Rivers Report is one of the best-known and longest-lived annual reports in the environmental movement. Grassroots river conservationists use the report each year to help save their local rivers by scoring policy successes that benefit these rivers … Continue reading NWNL’s Most Endangered Rivers 2019

Clark County Wetlands Park

Written by Michael McGuire Photos © Michael McGuire Edited by Alison M Jones Michael McGuire is a wildlife and nature photographer from Kenosha, Wisconsin. At Univ. of Vermont (Class of 2020), he studies Wildlife and Fisheries Biology and Geography. At February's Las Vegas Summit for the North American Nature Photography Association, he joined its College … Continue reading Clark County Wetlands Park

The Lower Mississippi’s Meanders

Written by Mark River Photos © photographer/naturalist Keith Benoist Based in Clarksdale Mississippi, in the Yazoo Mississippi Delta, Mark River is chief guide and youth leader for the Quapaw Canoe Company, a valued partner of No Water No Life. Mark is also Southern Coordinator for the 1 Mississippi River Citizen Program which connects those who care about rivers with … Continue reading The Lower Mississippi’s Meanders

Annual Environmental Observances

Written by Sarah Kearns, NWNL Project Manager Photos by Alison M Jones With Earth Day coming up in April - and World Water Day observed just last week -  we're using this blog to highlight a few important and unique annual observances that are included on the newly updated NWNL Annual Observances Calendar. (Remember to … Continue reading Annual Environmental Observances

Floods & The Bonnet Carre Spillway

Written by Donna Bush Edited by Alison M Jones Images © Donna Bush This report on Mississippi River flooding in New Orleans follows last week's blog on flooding in Natchez MS, to which today's author Donna Bush also contributed. As a New Orleans freelance writer and photographer, Donna’s passions are focused on the environment, wildlife, … Continue reading Floods & The Bonnet Carre Spillway

Portland Harbor’s Superfund Story

Written by Brynn O'Donnell Edited by Alison M Jones, NWNL Director All images © Alison M Jones Brynn O'Donnell is a freshwater ecosystem scientist, with a focus on urban biogeochemistry. She also believes in the importance of science accessibility, and practices this by telling stories of the human relationship with water through her podcast, Submerge. … Continue reading Portland Harbor’s Superfund Story