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.
Meadow Marsh Wetlands Disappearing on the St. Lawrence River as Governments Delay
And with them, populations of species key to the River ecosystem health - Northern Pike, Black Tern, Least Bittern, King Rail and Muskrat read more
Save The River’s 27th Annual Winter Environmental Conference
Sewage, Oil, Microbeads - Oh my! Register now for the conference Saturday, February 6, 2016 read more
Remembering the River: Iroquois Lock 1957
This was a test run of the lock, a key facility in the soon to be completed St. Lawrence Seaway system. It is a pivotal event ushering in devastating regulation of the once natural levels and flows on the St. Lawrence River. read more
Remembering the River means working to protect it for future generations
Recent efforts by the Seaway corporations to market the River as a highway for crude oil - both tar sands and Bakken ("bomb train") - require all of us concerned about the health of the River to focus on and fight the threat these cargoes pose to the River. read more
St. Lawrence sewage dump: City releases test results
Fecal bacteria far above average concentrations, resemble numbers seen during heavy rains. Making the comparison of the deliberate dumping of sewage to a rainy day is very concerning. read more
Update: Montreal Sewage dump will start at midnight tonight
Save The River encourages citizens to contact the mayor with opposition. read more
Tell Minister McKenna to say NO to Montreal Sewage Dump
The City's claim of "no alternative" is based on its own lack of planning and a reliance on past practice. That is simply not sufficient reason to put public health and the River at risk. read more
Let the River Flow
"While picturesque, the cattail stands along this stretch of the St. Lawrence River illustrate the loss of biodiversity due to outdated water-levels management. . . Plan 2014 would return some of the natural fluctuations . . . and the ecosystem would once again thrive." read more
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