You can help protect the River! We need hundreds of people who care for the River to speak out.
Writing or calling elected officials, attending public hearings, signing petitions - all of these actions do make a difference! Each letter or voice helps to ensure that elected officials and government agencies ensure the protection of the St. Lawrence River.
Read on below for how you can take action to protect the River.
Save The River Meets With Federal Agencies on Plan 2014
Our meetings were very productive. Representatives from each agency listened to our input and understand how Plan 2014 will restore our coastal environment. We thanked them for their time and thoughtful consideration read more
Want to Do Something Thoughtful for the St. Lawrence River this Holiday Season?
Let’s all voice our support for Plan 2014 to get the River what it really wants and really deserves… a healthy future. Write, print and send a letter to Governor Cuomo today. read more
Action Alert: Great Lakes Restoration Initiative Act of 2014
The GLRI Act of 2014 would formally authorize the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative for five years at up to $300 million annually. The bill will ensure that this successful program continues to clean up toxic pollutants, restore fish and wildlife habitat, fight invasive species, and reduce nutrient pollution throughout the Great Lakes region. The GLRI has produced impressive results, but there is still work to be done. Please help support a vital piece of legislation that will keep restoration efforts on track! read more
Additional Voices from Coalition Call on Federal Government to Act on Plan 2014
Community leaders and elected representatives add to support for Plan 2014, a modern lake management plan to restore the St. Lawrence River and Lake Ontario and revitalize shoreline communities read more
Broad-Based Coalition Calls on the Federal Government to Act on Plan 2014
Diverse coalition supports Plan 2014, a modern lake management plan to restore the St. Lawrence River and Lake Ontario and revitalize shoreline communities read more
Save The River Seeks Saint Lawrence Seaway Administrator Support for Plan 2014
Save The River has been encouraged by Administrator Suttons statements about the value she places on the environment. With the International Joint Commissions referral of Plan 2014, the time is right to combine words and action. This one policy change could restore more than sixty thousand acres of wetlands in the Lake and River, without economic harm to the Seaways bottom line. An environmentally responsible Seaway can and should support this plan. read more
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