NWNL’s Most Endangered Rivers 2019

Every April, American Rivers releases a list of the top ten most endangered rivers in the United States. America's Most Endangered Rivers Report is one of the best-known and longest-lived annual reports in the environmental movement. Grassroots river conservationists use the report each year to help save their local rivers by scoring policy successes that benefit these rivers…

A Celebration of Fountains

Following the 2018 NWNL Spotlight Expedition to Rome to document ancient aqueducts and water systems, we fell in love with fountains. Today's blog highlights a few photographs taken by NWNL Director Alison M Jones of fountains around the world - both in and out of NWNL watersheds. All images © Alison M Jones

A Raritan River Basin Aerial Expedition

Written by NWNL Project Manager, Sarah Kearns All images © Alison M Jones Budd Lake - headwaters of the South Branch of the Raritan The Raritan River Basin - one of NWNL's six case-study watersheds - is the largest watershed in New Jersey, the most densely populated state in the USA. The Raritan collects water from…

The Lower Mississippi’s Meanders

Written by Mark River Photos © photographer/naturalist Keith Benoist Based in Clarksdale Mississippi, in the Yazoo Mississippi Delta, Mark River is chief guide and youth leader for the Quapaw Canoe Company, a valued partner of No Water No Life. Mark is also Southern Coordinator for the 1 Mississippi River Citizen Program which connects those who care about rivers with…

Annual Environmental Observances

Written by Sarah Kearns, NWNL Project Manager Photos by Alison M Jones With Earth Day coming up in April - and World Water Day observed just last week -  we're using this blog to highlight a few important and unique annual observances that are included on the newly updated NWNL Annual Observances Calendar. (Remember to…