Member Organizations


The Water Protection Network was founded in 2001 out of the recognition that we must work together if we are to put a stop to environmentally destructive and wasteful water projects. Today, The Network has more than 235 dedicated national, regional, and local organizational members from 43 states, the Dismissouritrict of Columbia, and the Virgin Islands working together to transform federal water policies and protect and restore the nation’s vitally important rivers, wetlands, and coasts.

Membership is open to all non-profit and non-governmental organizations, learn how to join the WPN today >>

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Altamaha Riverkeeper
– Blue Planet Projects
– Tampa Bay Watch
Chattahoochee Riverkeeper
– Coastal Group Sierra Club
– Center for a Sustainable Coast
Georgia River Network
– Georgia Sierra Club
Georgia Wildlife Federation
Glynn Environmental Coalition
Ogeechee-Canoochee Riverkeeper
Satilla Riverkeeper
Savannah Riverkeeper


– Alliance for the Great Lakes
– American Bottom Conservancy
– Committee on the Middle Fork of the Vermilion River
Environmental Law and Policy Center
– National Great Rivers Research & Education Center, Lewis & Clark CC
Prairie Rivers Network
Quad Cities Waterkeeper
– Shawnee Sierra Club
– Sierra Club, Illinois Chapter
– Sierra Club Three Rivers Project


– Friends of the Weskeag
– Friends of Penobscot Bay


– Citizens Against Toxic Substances
Detroit People’s Water Board
Freshwater Future
– Great Lakes Natural Resource Center
Lone Tree Council
– Michigan Division, Izaak Walton League
Michigan Environmental Council
Michigan United Conservation Clubs, Inc
Tip of the Mitt Watershed Council


Mississippi Wildlife Federation
– North Greenville Community Development Corporation

North Dakota

– Ad Hoc Downstream Coalition
MnDak Upstream Coalition
People to Save the Sheyenne

South Dakota

– Save Our Farmland Coalition
South Dakota Wildlife Federation


– Conservation Law Foundation
Vermont Natural Resources Council


– Float Fishermen of Virginia
Friends of the Rivers of Virginia