EPA restores Clean Water Act protections to western waters
New federal rule recognizes that small, intermittent streams can have big water quality impacts
June is National Rivers Month
Living rivers need your voice, so please speak out during National Rivers Month
Rio Grande: A photo essay
Javier Gallegos traveled from northern New Mexico to El Paso, Texas documenting the ecological impacts of the drying Rio Grande, but also capturing the ways that humans connect with this artery of life
New Mexico’s rivers and streams are too valuable to lose
Use the talking points below to speak up for imperiled waterways and ensure they are meaningfully considered in the state’s 50-year water plan
Finding friends and releasing fish
Over the course of the summer, I have been taking pictures of the central Rio Grande to document its flow over time and how people connect with it.
Federal agencies must restore broad clean water protections
The country need strong, broad clean water protections for rivers, streams, lakes, wetlands, cienegas, ditches, arroyos and other waterways—even those that only flow at certain times during the year
Your voice is needed to restore clean water protections
Tell the Biden administration to immediately rescind Trump’s Dirty Water Rule while they are working on a revision
Unleashing a desert river and its wisdom
We are at a moment of reckoning.
Living Rivers Needed to Protect Rare Yellow-Billed Cuckoo
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Attempts to Slash Habitat Protections for Iconic Bird of Western Rivers
Take Action: Earth Week Social Media Tool Kit
Our Earth Day tool kit was custom-made for Guardians like you, so spread the word with these ready-to-go tweets, Facebook posts and Instagram images.