Weaving Together a Community Through Sustainable Farming
- By: Haw Riverkeeper
By Emily Sutton, Haw Riverkeeper The way Isaiah Allen tells the story, the man at The Eddy’s bar had a deep farmer’s tan, sweat dried around his collar,...
UPDATE: Exposing Fields of Filth: Factory Farms Disproportionately Threaten Black, Latino, and Native American North Carolinians
By Sarah Graddy, EWG Communications Director; Ellen Simon, Waterkeeper Alliance Advocacy Writer; and Soren Rundquist, EWG Director of Spatial Analysis1...
Atlantic Coast Pipeline Cancelled After Years of Activism, Waterkeepers React to the Win
By Julia Widmann and Malaika Elias, organizers at Waterkeeper Alliance In an unexpected series of pipeline-related wins for communities of color and environmental...
The River That Made Seattle
- By: Bart Mihailovich
“Cummings brings the river and its history to life… A must-read for anyone who wants to know the story flowing through Seattle.” –...
- By: Boulder Waterkeeper
By Ted Ross, Boulder Waterkeeper As we all emerge from the anxiety of the coronavirus quarantine it is time to consider how our world might be changing...
Announcing our 2020 Terry Backer Award Winners
- By: Marc Yaggi
Terry Backer, the first Long Island Soundkeeper, was — and remains — one of our movement’s most iconic activists: Spirited, determined, charismatic,...
Patuxent Riverkeeper Fred Tutman talks race and the environment | Republished
- By: Malaika Elias
As the U.S., once again, grapples with its racist past and present, we’re focusing on what we can do to build a more just and inclusive environmental...