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December 30, 2022
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May 4, 2022
LR in the News
Lake Powell and Glen Canyon Dam in a Crisis

March 6, 2022
LR in the News
Utah rail line could bring 10 crude oil trains through Denver daily, drawing concern across Colorado

February 7, 2022
LR in the News
It's Time to Drain Lake Powell: The West is in severe drought and this is the moment to bypass one of the region's biggest dams and rewild Glen Canyon

January 21, 2022
LR Letter
Our comment letter for Upper Basin Drought Response Operations Agreement (DROA)

December 16, 2021
LR Testimony
Litigation continues against Gross Dam Reservoir Expansion Project
Save Grand Canyon from Glen Canyon Dam The End of Lake Powell - It's not a matter of if, but when.
save grand canyon
from glen canyon dam
the end of lake powell
It's not a matter of if, but when.
"Men may dam it and say that they have made a lake, but it will still be a river. It will keep its nature and bide its time, like a caged animal alert for the slightest opening. In time, it will have its way; the dam, like the ancient cliffs, will be carried away piecemeal in the currents."
- Wendell Berry
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Living Rivers promotes river restoration through mobilization. By articulating conservation and alternative management strategies to the public, we seek to revive the natural habitat and spirit of rivers by undoing the extensive damage done by dams, diversions and pollution on the Colorado Plateau. more »
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