POSTS FOR NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC'S WATER CURRENTS

What the River Knows

 

This series is about seeing from the perspective of a river. What does an ancient river know as it traverses the land? Can our streams and brooks be subjects, not objects? How can we better connect to our local rivers and watersheds in ways that will motivate concern, caring, appreciation, and positive actions?

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Narmada River, India

February 1, 2017.

Link to blog post (National Geographic website with text and photos)

CanoeingtheFrench

French Broad River, Asheville, North Carolina

January 1, 2017.

Link to blog post (National Geographic website with text and photos)

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Deckers Creek, West Virginia

December 1, 2016.

Link to blog post (National Geographic website with text and photos)

RiverStewardkayak

Great Miami River, Dayton, Ohio

November 1, 2016.

Link to blog post (National Geographic website with text and photos)

MtRainierNisquallyGlacier

Nisqually River, Washington

October 1, 2016.

Link to blog post (National Geographic website with text and photos)

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Amstel River, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

September 1, 2016.

Link to blog post (National Geographic website with text and photos)

Portneufmeanders

Portneuf River, Pocatello, Idaho

July 17, 2016.

Link to blog post (National Geographic website with text and photos)

WashingDishes

Bagmati River, Kathmandu, Nepal

August 1, 2015.

Link to blog post (National Geographic website with text and photos)

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Virgin River, Zion National Park, Utah

July 1, 2015.

Link to blog post (National Geographic website with text and photos)

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Yaqui River, Sonora, Mexico

June 1, 2015.

Link to blog post (National Geographic website with text and photos)

blog6BeaverCreek

Eagle River, Colorado

May 1, 2015.

Link to blog post (National Geographic website with text and photos)

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Kamo River, Kyoto, Japan

April 1, 2015.

Link to blog post (National Geographic website with text and photos)

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Siem Reap River, Siem Reap, Cambodia

March 16, 2015.

Link to blog post (National Geographic website with text and photos)

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Phraya River, Bangkok, Thailand

March 2, 2015.

Link to blog post (National Geographic website with text and photos)

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Maenam Ping, Chiang Mai, Thailand

February 16, 2015.

Link to blog post (National Geographic website with text and photos)

Water Currents Guest Post

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Ecological Artist Basia Irland and Her "Ice Books" Engage Communities and Restore Rivers

January 9, 2014. Posted by Sandra Postel.

Link to blog post (National Geographic website with text and photos)

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