John served on Save The River’s Board from 2000-2018 in several key roles, including as aa President from 2004-2007, on the executive committee, and most recently as Treasurer, leading the finance
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We all remember that Saturday morning when we voted, I think unanimously, that starting the Kingfisher Septic Tank Monitoring Program was not only a good thing to do, but that it was vital to the health of the River.
Every winter Save The River awards its Friends of the River Award to people who have made significant contributions. This year's recipients were Susie Smith and STR teachers
90 volunteers helped STR haul more than three dump truck loads of plastic and trash from the River bottom and shoreline.
A magnificent Great Blue Heron, created by artist Doug Drumm, now graces Save The River’s front door,
Save the River's Muskie Fishing News with Lawrence Gunther of BlueFish Radio and the announcement of the new Dan Tack Muskie Release Program
I am asked many times a week about the causes of this summer’s high waters. I have taken to carrying this Plan 2014 Update...
Bill, Danforth and his late wife Sissy, gave their heart, soul, and energy to so many of our River-based nonprofits...
...for twenty years I have been searching for a way to get across the importance of helping to restore the habitat of these ubiquitous water birds in the St. Lawrence River Valley.
The long awaited “Great Lakes and Mississippi River – Brandon Road Integrated Feasibility Study and Environmental Impact Statement,” to block the entrance of Asian carp