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High Water Level Cause? Answer from South Shore
A week ago we posted, "Nature plays the biggest role in water levels in the Lake Ontario-St. Lawrence River system," disputing the unfounded, but frequently made claim that the new water management plan - Plan 2014 - is to blame. Yesterday in a lengthy, well-sourced and comprehensive article the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle agreed. read more

Changing Currents; This Saturday, April 29th – Be There!
This Saturday, April 29th at 4:00pm Save The River is bringing the award-winning documentary “Changing Currents: Protecting North America’s Rivers” to the Clayton Opera House for its East Coast premiere. read more

St. Lawrence River Water Levels – Is Plan 2014 to Blame?
The St. Lawrence River is running high -about 18” higher than the average for this time of year. So is Lake Ontario. And, so are the passions of shoreline property owners impacted by the high levels, local elected officials and some journalists. Unfortunately, in the case of this Spring’s high water the blame is being misplaced and the solution being sought is no solution at all. read more

Still Time! Absolutely Stunning Photos! Amazing Generosity! – UPDATED
by Jennifer Hayes and David Doubilet on sale now through Saturday, April 22nd, with 100% of their personal proceeds going to support our environmental conservation, education and outreach programs. read more

Environmental Documentary Featuring St. Lawrence River to Premiere in Clayton
Saturday, April 29th at 4:00pm Save The River is bringing the award-winning documentary “Changing Currents: Protecting North America’s Rivers” to the Clayton Opera House for its East Coast premiere. read more

St. Lawrence River Water Levels – Spring 2017
The snow and ice are gone, and the beauty of River this time of year is drawing us all to it - whether for a walk along its banks, or to the end of the dock. And boaters are anticipating the day they launch. However we get to the River, it’s pretty clear the water is higher than we’re used to seeing this time of year. read more

Seriously?! NO Great Lakes Restoration funding, ZERO!
It is hard to comprehend, but . . . read more

Budget Blunder? Absolutely Right!
Watertown Daily Times calls President Trump's approach on vital Great Lakes, St. Lawrence River programs a "Budget blunder." And they are absolutely right! read more

New York Freshwater Fishing Regulations Guides Available
The new regulations, which are in effect from April 1, 2017 through March 31, 2018, have changes for the St. Lawrence River, most notably northern pike. read more

President Takes Action to Limit Clean Water Rule Protections
As the Riverkeeper for the St. Lawrence River, downstream of the 5 Great Lakes, drinking water for 40 million people, collector of human and industrial wastes from 8 states, we know full well the impact of the President’s order. And like the Waterkeeper Alliance and all freshwater groups in American, we will fight this. From […] 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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