Is Your River at Risk? Nominate It

I just received this email from American Rivers.

Is your local river at risk from pollution, dams, harmful development, or other threats? Will the future of the river and your community hinge on action taken in the coming year? Will a positive decision boost your community's resilience in the face of global warming?

Raise your river's profile and help secure positive actions by nominating it for America's Most Endangered Rivers®: 2009 Edition. The deadline for nominations is October 27, 2008.

Unfortunately, the link in the e-newsletter didn't work (been there, done that). So here's a link directly to the nomination form.

For more information email Heather Hamilton or call her at 202-347-7550.

Kim Ethridge



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