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American Rivers

Program areas | Form 990s | Financials | Vendors | Personnel | Peers

American Rivers is a water or wetland protection organization based in Washington, DC that was founded in 1974. As of 2018 they had $23 million in revenue and $19 million in assets.

American Rivers protects wild rivers, restores damaged rivers, and conserves clean water for people and nature.

EIN:
23-7305963
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Website:
Phone:
202-347-7550
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Founded:
1974
Type:
501(c)(3)
NTEE:
Revenue:
$23,120,033
Assets:
$19,766,243
Employees:
92
Fiscal year end:
June
Revenue trends:
Asset trends:

Program areas at American Rivers

River restoration:the river restoration program brings rivers back to life by removing dams, replacing culverts, and restoring floodplains through practice, policy, and strategic capacity building. American rivers acknowledges that we only need to give rivers a boost and their natural resiliency will allow them to recover and thrive. Our restoration work capitalizes on nature's strengths and those of our staff and partners to make a difference for rivers throughout the u.s.our national and state policy efforts are increasingly improving the regulatory landscape to allow for more efficient, high quality river restoration work in the future. In addition, outreach to federal agencies has resulted in new partnerships that will lead to strategic high priority restoration initiatives on federal lands across the country.

Clean water supply:water. What could be more important to our health, our communities, and our lives? By focusing our efforts on stopping pollution from sewage spills and stormwater runoff, american rivers is working to ensure that our rivers and streams are safe for drinking, fishing, swimming and boating. And by safeguarding small streams and wetlands, we are preserving nature's ability to filter and supply clean water. As droughts, floods and waterborne diseases intensify with global warming, this "natural infrastructure" will become more important than ever.we all need clean water. There's no substitute. But our nation's finite water supplies are under increasing stress from the needs of our growing population, development, energy production, irrigated agriculture, and the challenges brought by climate change. As the source of water for many of our communities, rivers flow right through the center of the water supply issue. American rivers is working to secure reliable and ...

Federal river management:our federal river management work focuses on the reform of hydropower operation in the country. While hydropower helps us supply much needed fossil-free energy, it is not without impacts. Hydropower dams block rivers and can leave several miles of river sections dry. In addition, they block fish passage, alter habitat for aquatic species, damage water quality and harm the overall integrity of the river ecosystems. Through our hydropower reform program, we seek to modernize the operations of hydropower dams to improve their environmental performance using existing regulatory processes. We also seek to improve policies that dictate hydropower licensing and promote responsible hydropower development.

Form 990s for American Rivers

Fiscal year endingDate received by IRSFormPDF link
2018-06May 14, 2019990View PDF
2017-06Jan 18, 2018990View PDF
2016-06Feb 17, 2017990View PDF
2015-06Jan 25, 2016990View PDF
2014-06Dec 29, 2014990View PDF
...and four more Form 990 PDFs

Financials for American Rivers

Field2018
Total grants, contributions, etc.$22,340,491
Program services$433,091
Investment income and dividends$73,043
Tax-exempt bond proceeds$0
Royalty revenue$95,210
Net rental income$0
Net gain from sale of non-inventory assets$125,491
Net income from fundraising events$-2,086
Net income from gaming activities$0
Net income from sales of inventory$0
Miscellaneous revenues$54,793
Total revenues$23,120,033

Vendors for American Rivers

VendorServicesAmount paidDate
Microsoft ServicesSoftware2019-10-23
█████████Content management system software2019-10-18
████ ███ █████Audit accounting; Tax accounting2019-04-19
████ █████Fundraising Counsel$8,5002018-06-01
██████ ██████████████ ███████Dam Removal Restoration$2,651,2262018-06-01
███████ ██████Fundraising Strategy$8,6002018-06-01
█████████ █████Dam Removal Restoration$187,5122018-06-01
██████████ █████████Membership Mailings$340,1672018-06-01
...and seven more vendors

Personnel at American Rivers

NameTitleCompensationMost recent data
Wm Robert IrvinPresident and Chief Executive Officer$229,982April 19, 2019
Kristin MayChief Financial Officer$140,114July 17, 2019
███ ███████Vice President , Policy and Government Relations-Jan. 8, 2019
█████████ ███████████Senior Vice President of Advancement$161,243July 17, 2019
█████ ███████Vice President, River Conservation Strategies-July 17, 2019
███ ██████Kober National Communications Director-July 17, 2019
███ ██████ █████National Director of Communications-Oct. 4, 2018
██████ ██████Communications Director and Executive Producer-July 17, 2019
█████ █████████Senior Director, Membership-July 17, 2019
█████ ██████Director of Philanthropy, Eastern Region-July 17, 2019
...and 41 more key personnel

Peer water quality and wetland conservation organizations

 NameTypeRevenueLocation
1California Waterfowl Association501(c)(3)$10 millionRoseville, CA
2American Forest Foundation501(c)(3)$12 millionWashington, DC
3Ocean Conservancy501(c)(3)$37 millionWashington, DC
4Nature Collective501(c)(3)$6.6 millionSolana Beach, CA
5Pheasants Forever Incorporated501(c)(3)$76 millionSt Paul, MN
6Western Rivers Conservancy501(c)(3)$13 millionPortland, OR
7National Marine Sanctuary Foundation (NMSF)501(c)(3)$10 millionSilver Spring, MD
8Connecticut Fund for the Environment (CFE)501(c)(3)$6.0 millionNew Haven, CT
9Ecology Project International (EPI)501(c)(3)$6.0 millionMissoula, MT
10Oyster Recovery Partnership501(c)(3)$7.3 millionAnnapolis, MD
11Galveston Bay Foundation501(c)(3)$7.5 millionHouston, TX
12Stroud Water Research Center501(c)(3)$10 millionAvondale, PA
13North Carolina Coastal Federation501(c)(3)$5.9 millionNewport, NC
14National Forest Foundation501(c)(3)$13 millionMissoula, MT
15Superior Watershed Partnership501(c)(3)$6.0 millionMarquette, MI
16Earth Conservancy (EC)501(c)(3)$15 millionAshley, PA
17Buzzards Bay Coalition501(c)(3)$8.1 millionNew Bedford, MA
18Defenders of Wildlife501(c)(3)$39 millionWashington, DC
19Rails-To-Trails Conservancy501(c)(3)$12 millionWashington, DC
20Coastal Bend Bays & Estuaries Program (CBBEP)501(c)(3)$6.3 millionCorpus Christi, TX
21The Ocean Foundation (TOF)501(c)(3)$8.5 millionWashington, DC
22Resources Legacy Fund501(c)(3)$53 millionSacramento, CA
23The Everglades Foundation501(c)(3)$10 millionPalmetto Bay, FL
24Student Conservation Association (SCA)501(c)(3)$41 millionArlington, VA
25National Wild Turkey Federation501(c)(3)$40 millionEdgefield, SC