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2016 Save The River T-shirt Design Contest
Artists and designers of all ages and abilities please submit your original design that best captures the essence of Save The River and the excitement of the St. Lawrence River for the next iconic River T-shirt! read more
Ban crude oil transit
Recent efforts by the Seaway corporations to market the River as a highway for crude oil have caused us to increase our focus on the threat these cargoes pose to the River. What we have learned is alarming. read more
Proposed legislation would ban Great Lakes crude oil shipments, up pipeline regulations
The Pipeline Improvement and Preventing Spills Act, introduced last week by U.S. Sens. Debbie Stabenow and Gary Peters of Michigan, also calls for new research on oil spill response, such as how to respond to a spill during the winter when ice covers the lakes, and increases access to safety information about pipelines. read more
Smallmouth bass season subpar in north country; reasons unclear
A combination of invasive species, predators and uneven water temperatures that lingered well into August might be part of the problem, according to state officials and anglers. read more
Week 8 Photo Contest Winners!
We are pleased to announce this week's photo contest winners. We had many photos submitted to us by people practicing catch & release fishing and hope that this continues throughout the season. read more
Save The River and SLELO-Prism Host Workshop on Outreach for Aquatic Species
Save The River and SLELO-Prism hosted Bruce Lauber and Nancy Connelly of Cornell University’s Human Dimensions Research Unit. Mr. Lauber and Ms. Connelly presented the results of recent research on communication and outreach practices about aquatic invasive species. read more
Save The River Applauds Federal Legislation that would Ban Crude Oil Shipments on the Great Lakes
U.S. Senators Gary Peters and Debbie Stabenow (MI) introduced the legislation today which in addition to banning crude oil in vessels, requires a comprehensive, top-to-bottom review of hazardous pipelines in the region. This legislation would also compel an assessment of oil spill response and cleanup plans, require ice cover be part of worst-case scenarios in response plans and increase public information about pipelines for local communities. read more
Do Your Part & Get SepticSmart
Learn more about how your septic system operates; why it's important to properly maintain your system, simple, every-day tips that will help you avoid costly system repairs and replacement, and more! read more
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