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New Great Rivers Website


Rivers like the Mississippi mean lot of things to a lot of people. That’s why The Nature Conservancy’s Great Rivers Partnership (GRP) convenes scientists, industry leaders, government and non-government agencies and others to work toward sustainable management and development of freshwater systems worldwide.

The GRP recently launched a website to feature these collaborations and encourage future exchange. Users can learn about program efforts by navigating through a menu of GRP river basins—or, via a number of common challenges affecting systems globally. A News & Community section also highlights the GRP’s collective voice by way of guest bloggers from across its diverse partner base. 

Tour the site with this video and then visit to see for yourself.

The first phase of the web project was designed to cultivate science, industry and donor audiences; and the second will focus on building a community of practice in the space—whereby partners can exchange resources.

A core objective of the GRP is to exchange and leverage knowledge that exists on large river systems around the world. The website will evolve to meet these needs as the GRP prepares to announce new basins where it will focus efforts through 2016.

To share ideas or contribute a blog article or other resource to the site, please contact the web administrator.

Image: GRP-sponsored technical exchange with Chinese scientists on the Upper Mississippi River. © Erika Nortemann/TNC