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2016 Beach Watch: Week 3 Results
Save The River Reports on Week 3 of Beach Watch Program Save The River’s Beach Watch Program is in the process of monitoring popular summer swimming locations on the River from July 5th through August 29th on a weekly basis.  Save The River reports all the samples collected passed on July 18, 2016. For the […] read more

Plan 2014 Necessary for Tourism
Ron Thomson, owner of Uncle Sam Boat Tours, knows #Plan2014Now "will enhance this ecosystem and improve the economy at the same time." read more

Restoring Wetlands Makes Good Economic Sense
Implementation of Plan 2014 equals a $9.1 million increase in net economic value in New York State, every year. read more

2016 Beach Watch: Week 2 Results
Save The River Reports on Week 2 of Beach Watch Program Save The River’s Beach Watch Program is in the process of monitoring popular summer swimming locations on the River from July 5th through August 29th on a weekly basis.  Save The River reports all samples collected on July 11, 2016 passed. For the 2016 […] read more

New York Invasive Species Week
Personal responsibility and collective action a must. read more

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

2016 Beach Watch Week 1 Results
Save The River Reports on Week 1 of Beach Watch Program Save The River’s Beach Watch Program is in the process of monitoring popular summer swimming locations on the River from July 5th through August 29th on a daily basis.  Save The River reports all samples passed in Week 1. For the 2016 sampling season […] 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

We’re Here; Supporting #Plan2014Now
You should be too! read more

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Founded in 1978, Save The River is a non-profit, member-supported environmental organization whose mission is to restore, preserve and protect the ecological integrity of the Upper St. Lawrence River through advocacy, education and research. Since 2004 Save The River has been a member of the Waterkeeper Alliance as the Upper St. Lawrence Riverkeeper.

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The St. Lawrence River is one of the largest Rivers in the world and a magnificent place to live, work and play. Save The River has been working for more than 35 years to protect the River for current and future generations.

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Save The River was designated the Upper St. Lawrence Riverkeeper and is a member of the international Waterkeeper Alliance. The Waterkeeper Alliance is the world’s fastest growing environmental movement, with more than 200 local Waterkeepers patrolling rivers, lakes and coastal waterways on 6 continents.


Photos from around the River

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  Off on the River by Jenni Werndorf  A Seaway View by Devon Colby 
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