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Attorney General Eric Schneiderman Releases Report on Microbeads
Microbeads are systematically passing through wastewater treatment plants across New York State and entering bodies of water. read more

Thousand Islands shipping halted after sugar freighter runs aground
Published by the Watertown Daily Time on April 21, 2015 “Shipping along the St. Lawrence Seaway has been halted after a freighter carrying sugar ran aground under the Thousand Islands Bridge early Monday. Lt. Brian T. Hillman, a spokesman for the U.S. Coast Guard based in Buffalo, said the 621-foot-long freighter, named Juno, called for help about ... read more

From WWNY Channel 7 News: Ship Aground Near TI Bridge
“The St. Lawrence Seaway is closed to commercial traffic after a freighter ran aground under the Thousand Islands Bridge near Alexandria Bay early Monday morning. It happened just after 1 a.m. The Juno is registered in the Bahamas and is carrying a load of sugar. U.S. Coast Guard spokesman Mark Weidman tells 7 News nothing was spilled and ... read more

TI High School’s SAFE Club supports Ban the Beads campaign
"Thousand Islands High School's Student Activists for the Environment (SAFE) Club is collaborating with Save The River on a Ban the Beads campaign" read more

Save The River Opposes Pre-Season Catch & Release
For the health of the bass fishery, the professional, amateur and casual angler, and for the economic health of the communities that line the River and depend on its health, we oppose pre-season catch and release for bass. read more

Every day is World Water Day
All citizens of the world should have access to swimmable, drinkable and fishable water. read more

Partners with WWF-Canada to implement Plan 2014
We have worked with WWF-Canada for many years to implement Plan 2014 - the modern plan that will return more natural levels and flows and create a more resilient ecosystem on St. Lawrence River. read more

St. Lawrence River Institute-Research for Protection and Rehabilitation of the River
Celebrating Canada Water Week and the River we share and love. read more

Save The River partners with the Algonquin to Adirondacks Collaborative
With the Upper St. Lawrence River the exclamation mark between the two most significant biological reserves in eastern North America, our's is a natural partnership, with the Riverkeeper serving on the A2A board of directors. read more

Our great partners in restoring, preserving and protecting the waters of the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence River.
So pleased to partner with the The Council of Canadians and other strong Canadian and U.S. groups to oppose unsafe shipment of volatile and toxic oil on the River. read more

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About Us

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 River

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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Over half of Save The River's budget comes from individual memberships and contributions. Supporting us with an annual membership donation will keep our River advocacy, education and research programs going strong.

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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 
 Pictures from our Flickr photostream

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