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Membership

Save The River is a member-based organization. Supporting Save The River with an annual membership donation will keep our River advocacy, education and research programs going strong.

Interested in becoming a member? Visit our membership page and join today.

Founders Campaign

To restore the River so that it is healthy for current and future generations, Save The River has launched a fundraising campaign - From the Founders to the Future... a Campaign to Enhance River Protection - to raise $700,000 to expand Save The River's programs, office space and endowment.

Memorial or Honorary Contributions

Donating to Save The River in honor of a special event or person is a great way to acknowledge their love the St. Lawrence River. Consider donating to Save The River to celebrate weddings, birthdays, or to remember a special person who loved the River.

Bequests

Remembering Save The River in your estate planning is a wonderful way to ensure that the River you love is protected for future generations. Contact your financial advisor or Save The River for more information on how to include a donation to Save The River in your estate plans.

Matching Gifts

Many employers will match charitable gifts made by employees to their favorite charities. Check with your employer to determine if they offer a matching gift program and to determine the program eligibility requirements - you could double the impact of your membership donation!

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Latest News

Time is Running Out on this Season’s Research!
Dr. Mason needs you to contribute to replace equipment essential to the effort to ban microplastics. Thank you for your help in keeping this important research afloat and keeping the equally import effort to ban microplastics alive. read more

Save The River’s Summer Raffle!
This summer Save The River is raffling off a beautiful Great-Blue Heron that was hand-carved and painted by George Textor. read more

Watertown Daily Times Endorses Plan 2014
Good to go. "Plan 2014, should be implemented as soon as possible . . . Doing nothing will allow damage to shoreline sand dunes, wetland spawning grounds for native fish and homes for millions of shore birds that has been underway for more than 50 years to continue . . . Plan 2014 would improve the ecological quality of the waterways and restore fish populations." read more

Microplastic Producers Hope You Won’t Help Out
Your $50 Contribution will Help Replace Equipment Essential to the Effort to Ban Microplastics - the makers of the products that use these tiny, toxin accumulating particles want you to do nothing. read more

Critical Piece of Equipment Lost – Replacement Essential to Effort to Ban Microplastics
Dr. Mason and Save The River need your assistance to keep the effort to understand and eliminate the threat of microplastics afloat. read more

The Buffalo News Endorses Plan 2014
"Lakes Erie and Ontario are engines benefiting the economy, recreation and overall quality of life in this area while also providing a reliable source of water." Plan 2014 is the spark needed to restore vital Lake and River environment. read more

Rock for the River 11 tickets on sale NOW!
This year’s line-up includes Jay Nash, Joe Purdy, Garrison Starr, Eliza Moore, Sally Jaye, Amber Rubarth, and Brian Wright. read more

Shop on AmazonSmile, Support Save The River
This season when you're shopping for friends and family you can also "Shop for the River" read more

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Get in Touch

409 Riverside Drive
Clayton, NY 13624
p: (315) 686-2010
e: info@savetheriver.org

River Photos

Off to the races by Pam Quimby  Resting by Pam Quimby  On the Rocks by Nick Apel  Classic Sunset by Barb Hupp  TI Park Library by Meg Kerr  Fall by Carrie Kerr  Girls by Juliane Bauer  Winter Navigation by Sherman Ward 
 Pictures from our Flickr photostream

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