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.
80% Decrease in Black Tern Populations! Unfathomable!
So says Erin Crotty, Executive Director of Audubon NY. Part of the solution - #Plan2014Now. And we agree. read more
Nearly 23,000 Expressions of Citizen Support for Plan 2014
Despite this growing wave of support for Plan 2014, the federal governments of the U.S. and Canada have yet to adopt the plan. read more
“The current method of regulation [of water levels on the River] is antiquated, . . .
. . . Plan 2014 is a major step in the right direction." read more
The Importance of the Wet Meadow
In the latest post in the American Rivers series about restoring the St. Lawrence River one of America's most endangered, Dr. Douglas A. Wilcox, Empire Innovation Professor of Wetland Science at SUNY—The College at Brockport, lays out the case for a more natural water levels management plan to ensure a healthy River. read more
Leadership Needed to Move Plan 2014 Forward
"The time to implement Plan 2014 is now. If we wait much longer we may very well reach a point by which we can never recover." Charles Parker, president of the New York State Conservation Council, in the most recent guest blog in American Rivers' series on the St. Lawrence as one of America's Most Endangered Rivers. read more
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