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Our River Should NOT Be One of America’s Most Endangered!

August 4th, 2016 | Posted by Lee

You Know You Want To!

You Know We Want You To!

You Know It’s the Right Thing To Do!


Be creative if jumping into the River isn’t your thing. Just support‪ #‎Plan2014Now‬ for a healthy River for now and future generations.

Click here for tips on how to “Take the Plunge” & Support #Plan2014Now

American Rivers named New York’s St. Lawrence River among America’s Most Endangered Rivers® of 2016, shining an international spotlight on the threat outdated dam operations pose to imperiled fish and wildlife and local communities. From the mouth of Lake Ontario to the Moses Saunders Dam, the 114-mile endangered coastline of the Upper St. Lawrence River and Lake Ontario constitutes the largest coastal environment in Quebec, Ontario and New York State.

With the stroke of a pen, U.S. and Canadian governments can restore this vital shared waterway. For over 50 years, the levels of Lake Ontario and the St. Lawrence River have been regulated by the Moses Saunders Dam, whose operating plan was developed with pre-computer technology. A new plan, known as Plan 2014, is ready for enactment and will adjust the dam’s operating plan to work with nature.

Learn more about the plan to restore the St. Lawrence River, one of America’s most endangered Rivers at:

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