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Introduction How Rivers Run Stories Value Of A River What We Can Do
Common wealth from healthy rivers
Places of movement

Transportation: We use rivers to move wastes away from us and to bring food and water to us. Rivers provide migratory corridors and breeding habitats for a variety of fish and wildlife. Riparian communities and the river itself help disperse seeds and spores, either directly or through animal activity. Human travel on or near rivers is recorded throughout history, but more recently we have engineered rivers to move barges and sea-going vessels through them.


Walt Popp
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River corridors and bird migration
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Wendell Snider
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Traveling the rivers
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A New Stream
Common Wealth
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