No Water No Life - Summer 2014

NWNL Returns from the
Snake River Basin

Photographer Barbara Folger researched and led an expedition with Alison Jones in May to document the Snake River, the Columbia’s largest tributary. The focus of their 6,000+ photos, 24 hours of video and 20 interviews was on the Lower Snake River dams; the keystone roles of salmon and wolves; Nez Perce stewardship; a geology of waterfalls, Hells Canyon and the Palouse; water needs of agriculture and aquaculture; and management of Yellowstone headwaters and National Forests.

Click here to view images from the expedition.

NWNL Blogs for American Rivers

Read 3 Articles based on NWNL research featured on The River Blog:

Oysters for Raritan and Hudson Bays


NWNL focuses on solutions to watershed degradation as much as it does on watershed threats. This spring, NWNL guest writer Carly Shields investigated an exciting innovative approach to reducing pollution and stabilizing shorelines in the New Jersey-New York Raritan and Hudson Bays. Read the story here.

Goin' Against the Flow - Sept. 2014

Hoping for no hurricanes, NWNL will travel upstream along the Lower Mississippi River from its Gulf Coast estuary to Memphis to explore:  storm and sea-level-rise resilience; solutions to pollution; the region’s agriculture; and byways, flyways and floodways. Expedition Funding Appreciated!
 
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July 15th Lecture @ The Wild Center in
the Adirondacks

The Essex County Adirondacks Garden Club will present NWNL Director Alison M. Jones to speak on “The Use of Photography as a Tool for Conservation.” Alison will also address the impact of invasive species and the importance of forests in our watersheds. The lecture will begin at 1 pm at The Wild Center, 45 Museum Drive, Tupper Lake, NY 12986. Directions here.

Earth Day Symposium on Water Usage

“No resource on earth is more precious—or more endangered—than water.” 
- Last Call at the Oasis

“It’s too late for pessimism.”
- Alison M. Jones

Water Symposium panelists L-R:
Karl Weber, Alison M. Jones, Alex Prud’homme, Nicholas Robinson
and John Cronin. Photo by Sang Bae.
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