Stormwater Improvement Project to Consider

To All, Stormwater pollution is a serious problem in many of your watersheds, and many of you are using green stormwater infrastructure projects to address it.  I wanted to share information about a project one of your fellow members, the Charles River Watershed Association, has implemented in Chelsea, Massachusetts so that you can learn from … Continue reading “Stormwater Improvement Project to Consider”

The Key to Halting Damage to 36,000 Miles Of U.S. Waterways Annually

To All, This is a message from Karen of Clean Water Network that should be of interest to River Watch members and supporters. Larry Exposed Soil = Pollution  The Key to Halting Damage to 36,000 Miles Of U.S. Waterways Annually Hello CWN members, I’m Richard Klein.  I’ve been helping folks throughout the U.S. win sediment … Continue reading “The Key to Halting Damage to 36,000 Miles Of U.S. Waterways Annually”

Action: Klamath National Forest Give-Away to Logging Industry

To All, Call it “Christmas in May”; the Klamath National Forest is set to give a big gift to the logging industry at the expense of taxpayers, wildlife and watersheds. Take Action Now. The Klamath National Forest is offering to “sell” old-growth forests for logging in the Middle Creek and Whites timber sales for as … Continue reading “Action: Klamath National Forest Give-Away to Logging Industry”