In Oregon, a revolutionary community alliance is working
to put water – and steelhead trout – back into the
by Matt Jenkins,
Oct 16, 2006
The Mountain Maidu Indians and the state Department of Fish and Game are both seeking control of California's Humbug Valley.
by Jane Braxton Little,
Sep 07, 2011
Ken Lamberton explores a Southwestern desert landscape in Dry River: Stores of Life, Death, and Redemption on the Santa Cruz.
by Erica Olsen,
Jun 12, 2011
The Bush administration deserves credit for its "Water
2025" initiative, which provided grants that have helped the
Deschutes River Conservancy and the Central Oregon Irrigation
District begin restoring Oregon’s Deschutes River
by Greg Hanscom,
Oct 16, 2006
In California, grassroots activists work to restore damaged East Bay waterways and the impoverished communities that surround them.
by Jeremy Miller,
Jun 08, 2009
How much can we learn from restoring the Elwha River, after the two dams that block it are finally removed?
by Kim Todd,
Sep 19, 2011
Local ranchers and farmers in southern Colorado’s
San Luis Valley are working to restore the Alamosa River, site of
the infamous Summitville mine cyanide spill
by Hal Clifford,
Sep 29, 2003
Bill Zeedyk lets the water do the work
by James R. Kristofic,
Jul 03, 2008
A writer considers what he’s learned from living on
a rugged Western river in the New Mexico mountains
by Jesse Wolf Hardin,
Jun 27, 2005
River restoration is a complex business, whether you’re talking about Colorado’s fast-moving Gunnison River or the polluted urban waterways of San Francisco’s East Bay.
by Jodi Peterson ,
Jun 01, 2009