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2017 Beach Watch Week 5: July 31
Save The River Reports on Week 5 of Beach Watch Program Save The River/Upper St. Lawrence Riverkeeper is monitoring popular summer swimming locations on the River this summer from July 3rd through August 28th on a weekly basis. Save The River’s annual sampling program provides a glimpse of the water quality at popular swimming areas […] read more

2017 Beach Watch Week 4: July 24
Save The River Reports on Week 4 of Beach Watch Program Save The River/Upper St. Lawrence Riverkeeper is monitoring popular summer swimming locations on the River from July 3rd through August 28th on a weekly basis.  Due to this season’s high water not all beaches usually sampled each year can be sampled now.  However, all […] read more

2017 Beach Watch Week 3: July 17
Save The River Reports on Week 3 of Beach Watch Program Save The River/Upper St. Lawrence Riverkeeper is monitoring popular summer swimming locations on the River from July 3rd through August 28th on a weekly basis.  Due to this season’s high water not all beaches usually sampled each year can be sampled now.  However, all […] read more

2017 Beach Watch Week 2: July 10
Save The River Reports on Week 2 of Beach Watch Program Save The River/Upper St. Lawrence Riverkeeper is monitoring popular summer swimming locations on the River from July 3rd through August 28th on a weekly basis.  Due to this season’s high water not all beaches usually sampled each year can be sampled now.  However, all […] read more

No Wake Zone within 600 feet of Lake Ontario or St. Lawrence River shorelines!
Use Caution! Be Respectful! – Boat around others’ docks, boathouses, and property like you want them to boat around your’s. read more

Scientists tell Oswego paper, “Plan 2014 not to blame for Lake Ontario flooding”
According to one, “The operation of the water levels through the dam basically followed the same pattern that would have been used in the old regulation plan.” read more

We cannot stress it enough, if you are going to go on the water . . .
Use Caution! Be Respectful! read more

Challenging Conditions on the River
Demand Attention, Courtesy and Knowledge When Boating read more

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

It Bears Repeating – Denying Real Cause Will Not Lower Water Levels
Facts, not the recent flood of overheated rhetoric, are helpful to understand the cause of current high water levels. Resources and real political will is needed to assist those impacted and make necessary changes for the future. 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 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 
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