Whether Living Lands & Waters is working on the Mississippi, Missouri, Ohio or Illinois Rivers, the crew is always excited to share our mission of watershed conservation with each community. Building awareness about the state of our nation’s waterways is something that Chad and the LL&W crew take very seriously, and we’re grateful to the media for helping to share our story and increase public attention about the issues confronting our local rivers.
We’re coming to a river near you and hopefully making some local and national headlines in the process!
If you’re a member of the media and wish to speak with someone at LL&W, please contact Leah Cafarelli, Marketing Manager, at email@example.com.
Last spring break, Cassie Metz ’17 got to see the garbage firsthand. Metz joined 30 Illinois State students and faculty advisor John Baldwin, a professor in the School of Communication, on land and water to help with a massive cleanup along the river as part of an Alternative Breaks trip.
Around 70 Procter & Gamble employees volunteered Tuesday afternoon. They are the latest in a line of roughly 100,000 volunteers Living Lands & Waters has had over the past 21 years.
CINCINNATI -- Look hard enough and the bank of the Ohio River almost resembles a department store. Along the river you’ll find shoes, tires, folding chairs and even rundown toys.
Check out students on the Ohio River experiencing a workshop in our "Floating Classroom"!
See how our Ohio River Tour is moving along..with some bumps in the road (river?).
Writer Dave Lavender came out to volunteer with us and wrote this wonderful story after.
Check out this awesome video of the crew on the Ohio River!
Kicked off our 2018 Ohio River Tour in Portsmouth, OH!
See how we modified the M/V River Cleanup to suit our new operations!
Featuring a cleanup we did with sponsor LafargeHolcim at Starved Rock State Park.
You’re invited! Come celebrate Arbor Day with the City of Moline Parks and Recreation department with a tree giveaway at the Moline Garden Center (3350 5th Avenue)!
Approximately 250 oak trees are headed to Neponset this weekend as part of our MillionTrees Project.
Read about how a student attending our Alternative Spring Break found a message in a bottle at a cleanup and connected to the writer!