Prairie Rivers Notes – Spring 2013 Newsletter

Read Prairie Rivers Network’s Spring 2013 Newsletter, featuring articles on: Cover Crops: An Important Tool for Reducing Water Pollution Greetings from Glynnis Environmental Lobby Day on May 2nd Sunrise Coal Setback for Homer Residents  (see the latest News-Gazette article with a happy update on this story) Go Team! Run for your Rivers and Walk for […]

Prairie River Notes – Winter/Spring 2012 Newsletter

Read Prairie River Notes – Winter/Spring 2012 Newsletter featuring the following articles: Dual Legal Actions to Reduce Pollution that Fouls Illinois Water and Fuels Gulf Dead Zone Standing Up for Science Education It All Started with Crawdads and Turtles Help Protect the Shawnee National Forest from a Strip Mine Board of Directors Update Study Shines […]

2011 Annual Report

  I am pleased to present Prairie Rivers Network’s 2011 Annual Report. The report is a snapshot of an organization making real progress in protecting clean water, an organization with a growing membership, and one that is maintaining financial health in a difficult economy. I am confident that 2012 will bring more of the same. Our most important asset, the network of people […]

2010 Annual Report

It is a pleasure to share with you the 2010 Annual Report of Prairie Rivers Network. The year has been a good one for us, in terms of our accomplishments, growing membership, expanding programs, and financial health. We remain well-positioned, as 2011 unfolds, to pursue the ambitious goals set forth in our strategic plan. I am […]

Prairie River Notes – Spring 2011 Newsletter

View Prairie River Notes – Spring 2011 Newsletter with the following articles. Innovative Paths to Cleaner Water: Prairie Rivers Network Uses Clean Water Law to Help Communities Reduce Pollution Greetings from Glynnis An Open Letter to Prairie Rivers Network Staff and Members: From Member Carol Wock Prairie Rivers Network Supports Bill to Make Factory Farms […]