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Thursday, 22 October 2020 07:34

Guadalupe Basin Coalition

Guadalupe Basin Coalition is a voluntary association of businesses, chambers of commerce, lake associations and governmental entities in counties along the Guadalupe River Basin (including all of its tributaries and springs) that are bonded by a common concern for the economic and environmental sustainability of the Guadalupe River Basin and San Antonio Bay.

Published in Central Texas Coastal

"Peninsula Streams Society helps coordinate stream restoration and habitat conservation on the Saanich Peninsula. We provide our associated groups with the technical expertise and resources to help achieve their goals. Our goal is to achieve healthy aquatic habitat that supports self-sustaining populations of native species in both freshwater and marine environments. We accomplish this objective through research, restoration, innovative projects, public education and private land stewardship."
Wednesday, 23 September 2020 07:31

Middle Susquehanna RIVERKEEPER

The Middle Susquehanna RIVERKEEPER® will focus her efforts on two of the six sub-basins: The Middle Susquehanna Sub-basin and the West Branch Susquehanna Sub-basin. ? Additionally, The Middle Susquehanna RIVERKEEPER® region includes the Shamokin Creek Watershed.

Published in Susquehanna
Wednesday, 01 July 2020 13:38

Afonydd Cymru - Caring for Welsh Rivers

Afonydd Cymru is an umbrella organisation that represents six Rivers Trusts across Wales. This website offers information on the exciting projects and initiatives that Afonydd Cymru and its member Trusts are working on to bring about real and sustainable improvements to the aquatic environment in Wales.

Published in Wales Coast
Monday, 20 April 2020 07:24

Colorado River Alliance

"At over 800 miles long, the Texas Colorado River is one of the longest rivers to start and end in the same state. (Note that it is NOT the same Colorado River that flows through Arizona, Utah, and other western states.) Because of its importance to our state’s economy, our environment, our industry, our agriculture, and especially our lives as Texans, it is truly the lifeblood of our state.

Published in Colorado (Texas)
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