River Rally 2018 group photo.

Welcome to the network! For over three decades, River Network has connected and empowered local water caretakers and water-focused organizations, agencies, businesses, and communities for greater impact and healthier rivers across the U.S. River Network provides tools, training, and resources; learning and networking opportunities; focused training; science and policy mentoring; and support from our nation-wide network. Explore membership benefits in the links below.

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Explore Membership

Are you a passionate water professional or organization looking for support? Tap into the power of our network. River Network offers membership options for groups and individuals. Check out the basic benefits and explore exciting premium membership perks. Find the right membership option for you.


How We Help

River Network connects local water champions and empowers organizations and individuals with the tools, training, and resources needed for success. We unite peers and link you with agencies, nonprofit organizations, foundations, and businesses who can fuel and further your work. Explore how we help.

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Host a Community Event

Project Rain Barrel facilitates public rain barrel making workshops by supplying River Network member organizations with free materials, workshop planning support, and event promotion. Learn more and submit an application.

Explore the Water Protectors Map

Over 8,500 groups work on water across the U.S., including more than 1,500 River Network members. Is your organization on the map? Become a member for automatic inclusion on the map.

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Get a Project Funded

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 flows and recharge ground water, and to expand funding opportunities for River Network premium member organizations and their river restoration projects.