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Special Multi-Media Issue of River Voices

We are incredibly grateful to share some of the magic from River Rally 2017 in the July 2017 issue of River Voices. In addition to personal articles from our 2017 River Heroes, this issue includes videos of the River Heroes and Compton River Achievement Award winner’s acceptance speeches, as well as the plenaries from the conference: ‘Affordability, Equity and Drinking Water,’ ‘Rethinking Our Relationship to Urban Rivers’ and ‘Lessons from Standing Rock and Beyond.’ We hope you will find this content as educational and inspiring as we do!

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August 21, 2017: Share Your #WatersInTheDarkness

Were you in the path of the coast-to-coast solar eclipse? Share this once-in-a-lifetime experience with your fellow river and water champions! Post a photo of your favorite waterway or body of water that was taken during the eclipse to River Network’s crowd-sourced #WatersInTheDarkness story map. Go to the story map >

New Project Supports Stream Management Planning in Colorado

In early 2017, River Network started a two-year project in Colorado to grow the number of local coalitions that are interested, ready and capable of undertaking comprehensive Stream Management Plans in alignment with the state’s recently adopted water plan. Learn more >

River Science Connection

Does your non-profit need extra science or technical capacity, but you can’t afford more staff? Are you a researcher, student, expert or retiree looking for opportunities to use your science or technical skills? Check out our science service exchange board to see how we can help you meet your goals! Learn more

Impact Story: Local Government and Nonprofits Partner for Water Quality

River Network recently concluded a unique two-year capacity building program in which a county government in Maryland supported the organizational growth of its local river and watershed organizations. Read More ›