We Save Rivers

 

Our Mission

Our mission is to advocate for the protection, enhancement and restoration of Wisconsin's rivers and watersheds. Our members are urban, rural and retired; anglers, paddlers and lovers of water and some depend on rivers to make a living. Together, our common interest is a shared passion for rivers and the inspiration they bring.

The Waters we Protect 

News + Action

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    Local Directory
    Local Directory

    The Local Groups Program helps Wisconsin's river groups organize in their communities, and provides them the tools and training to be effective.

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Upcoming Events

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    Online Auction
    Online Auction

    Shop for one-of-a-kind gifts and experiences while saving rivers! You can find priceless river experiences, fine wine and dining packages, and unique art through the River Alliance Online...

Word on the Stream

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    THE FLOW, FALL 2014
    Nick Cooper, Townsquare Media

    wish4waterWI In this edition of the FLOW we highlight our wish4waterWI campaign.  Each of our four spotlight issues of the campaign - frac sand mining, iron mining, groundwater pumping, manure spreading -...

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    Wild Fish in Wild Places
    Nick Cooper, Townsquare Media

    It's become somewhat of a fall tradition: pack up the warm sleeping bag, wool hat and socks, hand warmers, and several pair of long johns. Grab the fishing gear and some firewood money, and head north to Wisconsin's...

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    Crying Out From Kewaunee County
    Nick Cooper, Townsquare Media

    We revisit Kewaunee County, home to Susan Connor, who we featured in our #wish4waterWI campaign, in this blog post. It's hard to imagine that in 21st century America, people have to fight the upcoming fight we...

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    Cow Shit Sprinkling
    Nick Cooper, Townsquare Media

    You know from our #wish4waterWI campaign and Susan Connor's story of her and her neighbors' struggles living with avalanches of manure in Kewaunee County. Their greatest fear is that the state of Wisconsin could allow...