Using Community Led Science to Manage Wild and Scenic Rivers with the National Park Service

What do dragonfly collection, snorkeling to observe mussels and bioassessment workshops on Wild and Scenic Rivers have in common? This summer, these activities are part of three of the seven [...]

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Equitable Water Infrastructure in the COVID-19 Crisis

With the COVID-19 pandemic front of mind, protecting public health is the priority. This includes our newest lingo, social distancing, as well as lots of really good handwashing. But – what if [...]

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Wild and Scenic Rivers Stewardship Partnership Funding Awards

Wild and Scenic Rivers flow throughout the country. This designation helps protect some of the nation’s free-flowing rivers providing opportunities for recreation, protecting drinking water, and [...]

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Drinking Water Guide – Ready to Use!

I’ve worked on water policy and advocacy issues for more years than I’d like to admit… But, as River Network started to respond to our community’s desire for more resources and tools to [...]

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