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As the end of 2017 inches closer, staff at American Rivers reflect on how the past year has been for rivers. The Trump Administration was not kind to rivers or clean water. However, despite the many challenges working against us, staff at American Rivers’, along with our members, supporters, and listener’s just like you have worked diligently over the last 12 months to make our voices heard and ensure rivers across the country are protected. Despite the many challenges rivers and clean water faced in 2017, progress for rivers and clean water prevailed. American Rivers, along with partners and supporters from across the country removed 11 dams, restored over 400 miles of rivers, and removed 2.58 million pounds of trash through our river cleanup program. Communities in North Carolina, Colorado, and California benefited from projects to restore and protect rivers and clean water. As we make our way into 2018, we have the opportunity to do more for rivers and clean water. Listen in to American Rivers' end of year podcast to learn more about what we accomplished in 2017 and what we have to look forward to in 2018. Photo Credit: Russ Schnitzer

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