Finding Wetlands in a Drought

By Alison M. Jones, Director of No Water No Life ® and Professional Photographer As published by American Rivers in "The River Blog"-April 11, 2014 The phone rang.  That snowy Saturday I was editing photos of Ethiopia’s Omo River.  “Alison, you must cover California’s drought for No Water No Life®.  It’s beyond regional. US and Asian markets … Continue reading Finding Wetlands in a Drought

at the confluence

The travel theme this week on Ailsa's blog is: Connections. NWNL decided to join in (pun intended)! These are expedition images of river confluences. Click on photos for detail and caption info. - Posted by Jasmine Graf, NWNL Associate Director

New web gallery of Pokot Land and People

Upstream dams on the Omo River continue to put pressure on the northern Kenyan Pokot and Turkana tribes, who have been fighting for generations over diminishing resources, water access, grazing lands, and livestock. On a recent expedition, No Water No Life documented alternative options for the local indigenous pastoralists and fishermen. Development projects included bee-keeping … Continue reading New web gallery of Pokot Land and People

NWNL Holiday Wish: Peace and Clean Water for All!

NWNL has completed 15 expeditions – and now have only 5 left! We’ve shared our watershed documentation with over 1,000,000 adults and 1000’s of students. We’ve received numerous significant awards and honors. Read our NWNL Progress 2007–2012 outlining our identification of watershed challenges and investigation of sustainable solutions. The sooner we finish our fieldwork, the … Continue reading NWNL Holiday Wish: Peace and Clean Water for All!