"It was as if we had a fraternity of friends who made our problem theirs."
Dear Friend of Rivers,
Rescuing a river isn't dramatic. Sirens don't blare. Paratroopers don't drop from the sky. The evening news only shows up once in a while.
But rescuing a river is one of the more important things we can do for future generations. And you can help make a rescue possible.
All across the U.S., ordinary but dedicated folks like Rob Emerson are leading local campaigns to rescue rivers. Rob is a Georgia resident who one day decided that the nearby South Newport River needed help. But he needed resources. Thanks to River Network, he got them.
Please take a minute to read the letter of thanks that Rob recently sent to one of our staff members. It's a wonderful example of how -- even in a short period of time -- River Network is in many different ways helping one small group in Georgia do big things.
With more resources, we can save a lot more rivers.
Now is your opportunity to make a difference for rivers and double your donation
in support of our River Rescue Fund and other programs here at River Network. Every dollar you give will be matched thanks to one of our generous donors.
Yours in river conservation,
Todd Ambs, President
P.S. - Every gift, of any amount, helps and will be doubled if you contribute by this Friday. And if you aren't already involved in a local river group
near you, please get involved.