For more information or to arrange for an interview, members of the media are encouraged to contact:
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Images of the St. Lawrence River and images illustrating River issues are available to members of the media upon request.
Tell Congress “Don’t weaken environmental review of Army Corps projects!”
Provisions in the House and Senate versions of the Water Resources Development Act will make it much harder to fight bad Army Corps projects like Seaway Expansion and winter navigation, should they be re-introduced. read more
Letter Signed by Diverse Coalition Supports Plan 2014
Save The River joined with a diverse group of environmental, conservation, sportsmen and governmental organizations to support Plan 2014 and urge quick implementation. read more
Save The River Comments on Plan 2014
Those of us who live, work, play, visit and love the River believe it can be restored and believe the Commission and our federal governments must act to implement Plan 2014 now, because all of us - riparians, non-riparians, boaters, paddlers, hunters, anglers, birders and those who simply want to leave a healthy, vital and thriving River to the generations that follow – have a place on the water. read more
Water Levels Teleconference Tonight, August 27th!
This will be the last teleconference on Plan 2014. Even if you do not speak you will have the opportunity to register your support for a modern water levels plan. read more
Check out this incredible Rock for the River video!
You don't want to miss this special celebration concert. read more
New Seaway chief Betty Sutton seeks economic, green balance.
That’s the headline of a NCPR story today and from her record it rings true. It’s just we all know that at times the challenge is in finding that balance among all the seeming competing interests. “Sutton says she believes in finding a balance – between the 227,000 jobs and 33 billion dollars in revenue that ... read more
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