There's a region in Louisiana known as cancer alley (or chemical corridor, take your pick). You can guess why. Cancer claims victims at an alarming rate along the 85-mile stretch of the Mississippi River between Baton Rouge
It used to be that only people in the dry western part of our country had to worry about drought, and the rest of us could enjoy our lush lawns and long showers, believing that our water supply was endless.
American Rivers announces the new Rivers Awareness PartnershipTM between Tom’s of Maine, American Rivers and River Network. Tom’s of Maine is generously providing $1 million in support over five years to our organizations to enhance awareness,
Please give a warm welcome to Ms. Rebecca Wodder, President of American Rivers and our newest guest poster. We met Rebecca via the Letters to the Editor page of the Wall Street Journal and immediately emailed her, asking if she'd like to do an encore