A Desert Runs Through It – A Photographer’s View

By Alison M. Jones, Director of No Water No Life ® and Photographer As published by American Rivers in "The River Blog" - April 9, 2014 On the seventh day of exploring impacts of drought in California’s Central Valley, I slipped down some loose scree into a San Joaquin riverbed.  Shadows of Mendota’s bridge on…

The Most Endangered Rivers in America – 2014

The worst is California's San Joaquin River: Part of the NWNL California Drought SPOTLIGHT NWNL is contributing images and blogs in support of American Rivers' efforts in the San Joaquin Basin. Two other river basins on American Rivers Top 10 List this year overlap with NWNL case-study watersheds: - The Upper and Middle Mississippi River…

Protect America’s Endangered Rivers

Every year since 1986, American Rivers has teamed up with river conservationists to release an annual report of America's Most Endangered Rivers. This report highlights a number of threats to our rivers and examines risks to communities and wildlife.Three of these Endangered Rivers are tributaries to two NWNL case-study watersheds:  The Columbia River Basin (The…