Prairie Rivers Network is Illinois’ advocate
for clean water and healthy rivers.
We champion clean, healthy rivers and lakesand safe drinking water to benefitthe people and wildlife of Illinois.
Join river enthusiasts and Prairie Rivers Network’s staff and board members for good conversation, food, and fun at our Annual Dinner as we celebrate our rivers and streams. Keynote Speaker:...
Today we face a new conservation crisis as emerging diseases, invasive species, and extreme weather threaten wildlife at a scale inconceivable just a few decades ago. Thousands of species of...
An investigation to determine if coal ash used near Kickapoo State Park has contaminated a lake reveals why the current regulations for beneficial use of coal ash are broken and...
Eastern Monarch butterflies are beautiful creatures and important pollinators, but they are in trouble because their populations have plummeted by 90% due to the loss of habitat. If the Monarch...
Working to reduce water pollution, protect natural flowing rivers and restoring wildlife habitat while helping people and communities safeguard their vital water resources.
The Army Corps of Engineers wants to build a levee on the Mississippi River that would put river towns at great risk from floods like the 2011 flood that destroyed Olive Branch, Illinois. These are the voices of those who want to stop them.
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