New Developments & Positive Stories: Introducing The RIVER HERO NETWORK, our very own virtual tributary

Posted on 28th January 2015 by Dharmaja in

This is where we showcase and highlight stories of River Heros.  Check back every week because we’ll be finding the good news and sharing what we find here.  You can expect to get information about who the River Helpers are, what they are doing, and how you can become a River Hero as well, sometimes in your very own backyard as next week’s report will show!


Friday, January 30, 2015


Small Streams Matter

“When we take one out, it is like cutting one of your fingers off,” he said. “Your hand is still there because you got a thumb and three fingers. But every time we destroy one of these streams, we destroy a little bit of the support system.” – John McFadden, Orange Gunk Lawsuit!


Thank you Tom Wilemon, Investigative Reporter at The Tennessean, for your positive article: Lawsuit filed over orange gunk.

The lawsuit was filed by Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility (PEER), a “national alliance of local state and federal resource professionals” (

This is the latest effort to uphold local protection codes that are being violated in a designated conservation area in Hickman County.

River Heros

Barry Sulkin

Laura Dumais

John McFadden

Tom Wilemon



Wednesday, January 28, 2015


PULSE FLOW in the Delta

Many Years of work are finally seeing results in the form of positive change! Here are the major players:


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