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Preserving a Lifeline for the Verde River

Jan 27th, 2017  |  Written by Western Rivers Conservancy

Preserving a Lifeline for the Verde River

This fall, Western Rivers Conservancy launched an effort to conserve a rare unprotected reach of Arizona’s East Verde River. Flowing from headwaters in the forests of the Mogollon Rim, the East Verde courses through nearly 30 miles of backcountry within the Tonto National Forest and Mazatzal Wilderness, where it finally meets the Verde River against a backdrop of sunbaked boulders and saguaro cacti.

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A River in the Redwoods of the Big Sur Coast

Jan 18th, 2017  |  Written by Western Rivers Conservancy

A River in the Redwoods of the Big Sur Coast

Amidst the world’s southernmost naturally occurring redwoods, and within earshot of the waves of the Big Sur coastline, Western Rivers Conservancy has taken crucial first steps to conserve a 1,200-acre ranch along the Little Sur River.

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A Field Guide to WRC Rivers

Nov 17th, 2016  |  Written by Western Rivers Conservancy

A Field Guide to WRC Rivers

Western Rivers Conservancy is heading to the river this Black Friday when we #OptOutside with REI and millions of others who've decided to skip the madness of the mall and hit the great outdoors. Our destination of choice, of course, is the sweet smelling, soul soothing river, where we'll hike, fish, birdwatch and maybe even do a little winter kayaking. We hope you'll do the same!

To help you decide where to go, here's an abbreviated Field Guide to WRC Rivers--places where we have acquired land to protect habitat and create and improve public river access for all! And if you like these rivers, support our efforts to do more on great rivers around the West.

See you on the river!

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Conserved: Pole Creek, a Salmon River Lifeline

Oct 4th, 2016  |  Written by Western Rivers Conservancy

Conserved: Pole Creek, a Salmon River Lifeline

Beneath the snowcapped peaks of Idaho’s Sawtooth Mountains, Western Rivers Conservancy has successfully conserved a mile of Pole Creek, one of the most important salmon spawning streams in the upper Salmon River basin.

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Conserved: Fossil Creek, An Arizona Treasure

Oct 4th, 2016  |  Written by Western Rivers Conservancy

Conserved: Fossil Creek, An Arizona Treasure

Last week, Western Rivers Conservancy successfully conserved the last unprotected reach of Fossil Creek, one of two Wild and Scenic Rivers in Arizona. Known for its spectacular travertine pools and crystal-clear aquamarine water, Fossil Creek is a haven for fish and wildlife and a mecca for people who come to escape the heat by taking to the banks and pools of this stunning desert river.

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