Buffalo News: Binational commission says efforts to prevent Great Lakes water diversions are working

“It is imperative that society does not forget, nor be afraid to wield the power of the Clean Water Act and the citizen’s right to file suit based upon infringements of the public trust doctrine,” said Jill Jedlicka, executive director of Buffalo Niagara Riverkeeper. “Just like the Great Lakes Compact, this too can be challenged […]

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Register now for “Envisioning a Future Waterways Center: a Community Conversation about Public Use and Access”

Please join us for our next public forum, “Envisioning a Future Waterways Center: A Community Conversation about Public Use and Access.” Registration is available online here, or by calling Jarrett Steffen at 852-7483 ext. 19.

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Register now: Spring River Academy Course

Registration for Spring 2016 River Academy is now open! if you’d like to learn more about our watershed, this is an excellent opportunity to do so. Learn from local experts and get more involved in local water topics. To learn more about River Academy and to secure your spot, please visit this page.

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Senator Kennedy, Assemblyman Ryan and Mayor Brown announce state funding for cleanup of the Scajaquada Creek

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE December 11, 2015 CONTACT: Molly Hirschbeck (Kennedy): 716-826-2683 Cody Meyers (Ryan): 716-885-9630 KENNEDY, RYAN PARTNER WITH MAYOR BROWN TO ANNOUNCE STATE FUNDING FOR CLEANUP OF THE SCAJAQUADA CREEK Funding From The Regional Economic Development Council Awards Will Support Restoration and Cleanup of Scajaquada Creek Between Main Street and Elmwood Avenue In the […]

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