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The Chama and Rio Grande are two magnificent rivers loved and cherished by many of us. The organization American Rivers has launched a podcast series, “We are Rivers: Conversations about the Rivers that Connect Us.” The premiere episode, topic - Water and Environmental justice has just landed. Read on.

About the series, from AR – “We Are Rivers” delves into stories about the rivers we love and the important relationships we have with them. In upcoming episodes, we will talk with researchers, adventurers, writers, water experts, and artists about their connection to rivers, and how they impact their lives. We’ll learn about the important relationships between wildlife and rivers, and examine the complex connections between wildfires and floods.”

“In this episode -- which is live now! -- we explored the connection between water and environmental justice and discuss examples of the challenges communities face, and the ways that they're engaging in solutions-oriented processes to map a path forward."

“We Are Rivers” is hosted by us, Fay Hartman and Page Buono. You can learn more about us -- including some of our best, worst and weirdest river stories, in the link below”

soundcloud.com/user-51615419-679542510/episode-34-water-justice-at-the-confluence-of-environmenta...

For more - American Rivers : www.americanrivers.org/
“American Rivers believes a future of clean water and healthy rivers everywhere, for everyone, is essential. Since 1973, we have protected wild rivers, restored damaged rivers and conserved clean water for people and nature. With headquarters in Washington, D.C. and 300,000 supporters, members and volunteers across the country, we are the most trusted and influential river conservation organization in the United States, delivering solutions for a better future."
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The Chama and Rio Grande are two magnificent rivers loved and cherished by many of us. The organization American Rivers has launched a podcast series, “We are Rivers: Conversations about the Rivers that Connect Us.” The premiere episode, topic - Water and Environmental justice has just landed. Read on.  About the series, from AR – “We Are Rivers” delves into stories about the rivers we love and the important relationships we have with them. In upcoming episodes, we will talk with researchers, adventurers, writers, water experts, and artists about their connection to rivers, and how they impact their lives. We’ll learn about the important relationships between wildlife and rivers, and examine the complex connections between wildfires and floods.”  “In this episode -- which is live now! -- we explored the connection between water and environmental justice and discuss examples of the challenges communities face, and the ways that theyre engaging in solutions-oriented processes to map a path forward.  “We Are Rivers” is hosted by us, Fay Hartman and Page Buono. You can learn more about us -- including some of our best, worst and weirdest river stories, in the link below”  https://soundcloud.com/user-51615419-679542510/episode-34-water-justice-at-the-confluence-of-environmental-and-social-justice  For more - American Rivers : https://www.americanrivers.org/ 
 “American Rivers believes a future of clean water and healthy rivers everywhere, for everyone, is essential. Since 1973, we have protected wild rivers, restored damaged rivers and conserved clean water for people and nature. With headquarters in Washington, D.C. and 300,000 supporters, members and volunteers across the country, we are the most trusted and influential river conservation organization in the United States, delivering solutions for a better future.
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