What we do:
Our purpose is to protect & restore Alabama's rivers. To do this, we advocate smart water policy, organize at the grassroots level, and teach citizens how they can protect their water. We are privately funded and accomplish our mission with the financial support of people like you. Our goal is to achieve healthy rivers, healthy people, and a healthy system of government for the state of Alabama.
ALABAMA RIVERS ALLIANCE
NEW WEBSITE COMING SOON!
#DefendRivers paddle - July 9
ALABAMA WATER RALLY
Thank you to our generous sponsors EBSCO, Curtis and Edith Munson Foundation and Dell & Dixon Brooke for this special treat. Hurry and register today!
Spring Legislative Lunch & Learn - May 11
#DEFENDRIVERS PADDLE JULY 9
WINTER LEGISLATIVE LUNCH & LEARN
ARA Program Director Mitch Reid hosted a Legislative Lunch & Learn on January 27 to update our members and partners on the upcoming Legislative Session and how it relates to our work as we #DefendRivers. Click here to listen to the call.
Click here to download the slides from the presentation.
CAN WE COUNT ON YOUR SUPPORT FOR 2016?
Click here to read our year-end review and 2016 appeal from ARA Executive Director, Cindy Lowry.
Click here to read a letter from newest ARA Board Member, Tom McLeod.
Click here to Gift a Membership!
NEW COAL ASH REGULATIONS
as of September 30, 2015
On September 30, 2015, the EPA finalized a rule revising the regulations for the Steam Electric Power Generating category. The rule sets the first federal limits on the levels of toxic metals in wastewater that can be discharged from power plants, based on technology improvements in the steam electric power industry over the last three decades. Read more here.
Alabama Rivers Alliance is carefully reviewing the new rule and will offer our analysis soon.
In the meantime, please take a look at these documents outlining the many problems with Coal Ash throughout Alabama.
For more information, please contact Mitch Reid at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Alabama Rivers Alliance is Alabama's statewide, nonprofit, water protection organization.
Networking over fifty grassroots water protection organizations across Alabama at the local level and advocating smart planning and reasonable laws at the state level, we work to ensure healthy waters for future generations by empowering the citizens of Alabama to protect our waterways.