Save the River has been involved in 26 watermarks.
Since 1978, Save The River has been the leading grassroots advocacy organization working to protect the St. Lawrence River. As the region's only environmental watchdog group, Save The River takes an active role in River policy issues. Over the years, Save The River has fought to stop winter navigation, expansion of the St. Lawrence Seaway infrastructure, pressed for better spill response planning and sought public accounting of shipping accidents, and campaigned for better water levels management. In 2004, Save The River was designated the Upper St. Lawrence Riverkeeper and is a member of the international Waterkeeper Alliance. Save The River is a member-based organization representing more than 4,500 individuals, followers and families who live, work and play along the River. Our members and followers include local year-round residents, business owners, summer people, vacationers, Americans and Canadians.
Cranberry Lake, New York
Fred Munk
Lake Ontario, New York
Emily Sheridan
Mediterranean Sea
Dan Doliner
Rideau Canal, Ontario
Coleman Baker
St. Lawrence River, New York
Ann Ward
St. Lawrence River, New York
Anthony Menkel
St. Lawrence River, New York
Buzz Ward
St. Lawrence River, New York
Diane Leonard
St. Lawrence River, New York
Don Price
St. Lawrence River, New York
Elizabeth "Betty" Lamb
St. Lawrence River, New York
Heather White
St. Lawrence River, New York
Jeff Burt
St. Lawrence River, New York
Jeff Garnsey
St. Lawrence River, New York
Judy Drabicki
St. Lawrence River, New York
Lindsey Steblen
St. Lawrence River, New York
Patrick Fowles
St. Lawrence River, New York
Rebecca Leonard
St. Lawrence River, New York
Rhys Jenis
St. Lawrence River, New York
Sandy Zeck
St. Lawrence River, New York
Sean Beecroft
St. Lawrence River, New York
Spencer Jenis
St. Lawrence River, New York
Steve Schultz
St. Lawrence River, New York
William L. Waddingham
St. Lawrence River, New York
Cicely Johnston