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Register for the 30th Winter Environmental Conference
Click Here for the Winter Environmental Conference Registration Form Send us your completed registration form either by postal mail (409 Riverside Drive, Clayton, NY, 13624) or by email (firstname.lastname@example.org); we can also process your registration over the phone, call us at (315) 686-2010. This year we celebrate the 30th year of this important annual event. […] read more
Save The River Remembers Ken Deedy
Save The River remembers Ken Deedy, Board of Directors Emeriti Ken Deedy served on the Board of Directors from the mid-80s to 90s, a pivotal time in Save The River’s history as the organization developed dynamic programs engaging River residents and established a stable financial foundation with a permanent home in Clayton. Ken was an […] read more
2018 Run for the River™ 5K/10K Results
Congratulations to all of our runners and walkers! Save the date for next year: July 27, 2019. Click here for the complete 5K results Click here for the complete 10K results 5K Award Results Top 3 overall female 5K runners: Connie Hammaker (21:24) Lesley Vars (23:17) Lisa King (23:52) Top 3 overall male 5K […] read more
Save The River Announces Interim Executive Director
Save The River announced today that John Peach has been appointed to serve as the executive director and Upper St. Lawrence Riverkeeper in an interim capacity until a new director has been hired. John has resigned from his position on the board of directors to serve in this interim role. The search process for the […] read more
Senate Protects St. Lawrence River & Great Lakes
Last Wednesday, after a tremendous outpouring of opposition led by Save The River members and many others across the Great Lakes / St. Lawrence region, the U.S. Senate voted to protect the St. Lawrence River and the Great Lakes by defeating the Vessel Incidental Discharge Act. read more
Water levels slightly lower than this time last year.
The only constants across the years, other than the criticism of the water levels plan in place at that time, are the variability of the weather and the challenges of accurately predicting it long term. One other notable constant - the reminder that we need to plan carefully how we utilize the shoreline of these vast, dynamic waterbodies. read more
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