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Our Mission

To aid in the protection, preservation and restoration of the natural environment of the nations’ major rivers and their watersheds. Learn more and get involved.

Our Impact

  • Pounds of Trash Removed

    12,663,579

  • Volunteers Involved

    120,566

  • Students Educated

    11,386

  • Trees Planted

    1,780,045

The nonprofit Living Lands and Waters has collected 1.2 million pounds of tornado debris from shorelines since December. On Friday, they made one final pass through the Cambridge Shores area of Marshall County — except this time they were underwater.

The Neponset community is the recipient of 275 free oak trees again this year, thanks to the Living Lands and Waters Organization in East Moline, Illinois. Neponset has received trees for ten of the past twelve years.

Living Lands and Water is many things, but namely, the nonprofit says it's the only group doing "industrial strength" river clean-up in the world.

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