Resources

Welcome to our Resource Library! Here you can search through River Network’s large compilation of publications, newsletters, tools, templates, and recorded webinars. The resources included here are intended to help you advance your work and spark innovation and new ideas. We hope you find some things that help!

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  • Webinar: Water Quality Portal Data Discovery Tool

    Program: Ample Water, Clean Water
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    The Data Discovery Tool is a free open-source, downloadable tool that can interact with the Water Quality Portal to retrieve and explore water quality monitoring data. The tool automatically downloads data from the Portal, does some preliminary QA/QC,… View Resource

  • Webinar: Crowdsourcing Water Quality Data through Mobile Apps

    Program: Ample Water, Clean Water, Strong Champions
    Resource Type: Webinar

    Monitoring of our waterways is critical to identify issues of concern, to evaluate restoration projects’ success, and to gauge changes over time. New technologies are continually shaping the way we collect data, providing water quality monitors with ne… View Resource

  • Webinar: Anti-Littering- Social Marketing for Behavior Change

    Program: Strong Champions
    Resource Type: Webinar

    Litter and trash from consumer goods make up the majority of marine debris that pollute our waterways and oceans. Feel like your organization needs to do more than annual clean ups to reduce trash and litter, but not sure how to make an impact? Not sur… View Resource

  • Business for Water Stewardship Project Bank

    Program: Ample Water, Clean Water, Strong Champions
    Resource Type: Tools and Templates

    Bonneville Environmental Foundation (BEF) and River Network have teamed up to offer the Business for Water Stewardship Project Bank (BWS Project Bank), a new online clearinghouse to support growing corporate interest in projects that restore river flow… View Resource

  • Federal Budget Toolkit: Resources

    Program: Ample Water, Clean Water, Strong Champions
    Resource Type: Tools and Templates

    Webinar: Using Communications to Put a Face on the Federal Budget Cuts (recording) Liz Banse from Resource Media reviews how the media has covered the proposed federal budget cuts to date and the opportunities this presents in getting our message out…. View Resource

  • Federal Budget Toolkit: Federal Funding for Clean and Ample Water

    Program: Ample Water, Clean Water, Strong Champions
    Resource Type: Tools and Templates

    Federal Budget Toolkit Introduction River Network developed this Federal Budget Toolkit to help communities and watershed groups fight back against proposed federal budget cuts that will harm local waterways. The toolkit provides information and resour… View Resource

  • Federal Budget Toolkit: Budget Cut Impacts

    Program: Ample Water, Clean Water, Strong Champions
    Resource Type: Tools and Templates

    Assessing the impacts of federal budget cuts on your local waterways Overview Decide what issue to focus on Assess the budget cut impacts Tell the Story 1. Focus on an issue There are so many ways in which the federal budget impacts us all – consider t… View Resource

  • Federal Budget Toolkit: Communications Strategy

    Program: Ample Water, Clean Water, Strong Champions
    Resource Type: Tools and Templates

    Telling the Story: Communicating and putting a face on federal budget cuts Our partners at Resource Media offer this advice: Choose the most compelling story in your community– a wide range of targeted programs matter to your community, consider which… View Resource

  • River Voices July 2017: 2017 River Heroes

    Program: Ample Water, Clean Water, River Rally, Strong Champions
    Resource Type: Publications, River Voices

    Table of Contents River Hero Margaret Frisbie River Hero Denny Caneff River Hero David Sligh River Hero David Deen River Hero Angie Rosser In this Issue This issue of River Voices features our 2017 River Heroes – Angie Rosser, Denny Caneff, David Deen,… View Resource

  • River Voices April 2017: Water Equity And Civic Engagement

    Program: Ample Water, Clean Water, Strong Champions
    Resource Type: Publications, River Voices

    Table of Contents Building Power for Water Justice in California’s San Joaquin Valley by Jenny Rempel and Susana De Anda Detroiters’ Fight for Affordable Water Access Has Lessons for America’s Future by Monica Lewis-Patrick Green Leaders Step Into Elec… View Resource

  • River Voices January 2017: Integrated Water Management

    Program: Ample Water, Clean Water, Strong Champions
    Resource Type: Publications, River Voices

    Table of Contents Integrated Water Management—How We Got Here and Where We’re Headed by Lynn Broaddus San Francisco’s Non-Potable Water Program: From Pilot to Policy by Paula Kehoe Smart Water Management Supports People and Nature Thriving Together by… View Resource

  • Supporting Stream Management Planning in Colorado

    Program: Ample Water, Strong Champions
    Resource Type: Tools and Templates

    In 2016, the State of Colorado adopted the Colorado Water Plan which sets forth a water management roadmap to achieve a productive economy, vibrant and sustainable cities, productive agriculture, a strong environment, and a robust recreation industry…. View Resource

  • DEI webinar series: Grappling with Unconscious Bias for More Inclusive Water Protection & Restoration (part 2 of 2) – 6/1/2017

    Program: Strong Champions
    Resource Type: Webinar

    This interactive 90-minute webinar is the second in a 2-part series and builds on the first session (recorded HERE). Session 2 explores the concept of unconscious bias and how it prevents us from doing our best diversity, equity, and inclusion work. Th… View Resource

  • DEI webinar series: The What, Why, and How of Relevancy, Equity, Inclusion, and Diversity (part 1 of 2)

    Program: Strong Champions
    Resource Type: Webinar

    Our work to protect and restore the rivers and other waters exists within the context of a society that is increasingly diverse. Nearly 40% of the U.S. population are people of color, and predictions suggest that by the mid-2040s non-whites and people… View Resource

  • Strengthening your Advocacy and Community Organizing

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    Resource Type: Webinar

    For a limited time you will find a PDF copy of the March 16, 2017 Webinar: Strengthening your Advocacy and Community Organizing. Regardless of political affiliations, the general public remains interested and committed to having clean and ample water f… View Resource

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