I was pleased to see that American Rivers has a new blog, Blue Trails Guide, focused on helping communities make better recreational use of their waterways. Rock on, folks!
Our friends at American Rivers are celebrating the 40th Anniversary of the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act. Since this means conservation of many miles of prime boating waters, we at Chine bLog heartily join in the toast!
American Rivers has released its annual list of 10 most endangered American rivers. I don’t personally know any of these, but I am going to take a guess that most of these a valuable boating rivers that need care.
In good news for boats who prefer a natural run of river with plentiful native fish and wildlife, recent research put out by American Rivers gives economic heft to go with natural beauty. In two recent studies, one by a professor at my alma mater, Bates College in Lewiston, ME, property values seemed to be …
American Rivers has an interesting video out on restoration of the Elwha River in Washington State’s Olympic Peninsula. Looks like it will recreate a nice river for boating, particularly if one likes mixing fishing with their boating. There is also a snippet of a nice native canoe.