River Network

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Web Site River Network’s mission is to empower and unite people and communities to protect and restore rivers and other waters that sustain the health of our country.

Founded in 1988, they are leading a national watershed protection movement that includes nearly 5,000 state, regional and local grassroots organizations, including more than 600 dues-paying River Network “Partner” organizations. River Network's staff is headquartered in Portland, Oregon, with field offices in Vermont, Maryland, North Carolina, Wisconsin, Utah and Idaho.

River Network works in partnership with local communities, government agencies and private businesses to protect and restore our river systems throughout North America, build strong grassroots groups to safeguard their local communities, and ensure clean and healthy water supplies for drinking, industry and fish & wildlife habitat.

National River Rally Rally Info

Finding River Network Locations and Partners (Map Tool) IMRivers Map

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