clean water

Wins for Wildlife in Water Bill

This week, the 2018 Water Resources Development Act was signed into law – which contains several wins for communities and wildlife that depend on clean water! The act promotes natural …

Osprey

Protect Osprey from Mining Pollution, Vote Yes on I-186

This November, Montanans have an once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to protect Montana’s rivers—and the ospreys and other wildlife that depend upon—them by voting Yes on I-186 at the ballot box. More than …

American avocet

Will Migratory Birds Win at the Polls in the Golden State?

With their long, upturned bills and striking coloration, avocets are a striking migratory bird that depend on the Golden State’s wetlands. However, pollution and contaminants in California waterways dampen successful …

Clean Water Act Turns 46 – Let’s Keep It Strong

Once upon a time, industries were allowed to dump so much pollution into our rivers, lakes, and streams that water actually caught fire. Rivers like Ohio’s Cuyahoga River caught fire …

Halftime for the Chesapeake Bay

Help Stop Three Attacks on Clean Water

Roseate spoonbill

Helping Wildlife With a Carbon Price

sea otter

No Cake (or Clean Water, Air, Environment) for Wildlife!

On the campaign trail and even since his election, President Donald Trump claimed to want to preserve “clean air and crystal clean water” for all Americans. But apparently his transition …

RECAP: 2017 PGM ONE Summit

Last month, my fellow National Wildlife Federation Mid-Atlantic Center colleague and Choose Clean Water Coalition Director Chanté Coleman and I had the pleasure of visiting Berkeley, California for the 2017 …

Wind Lake, Boundary Waters

A Scout’s View: Why We Must Protect the Boundary Waters and its Wildlife

The water stays with you the longest. The lakes and rivers provide the routes to navigate through the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness, and the crisp, cool, pristine waters simply …

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