Taking flight over Mississippi River

A flock of white pelicans and a lone bald eagle soar above the Mississippi River near Lindsay Park, Davenport.


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Register early for Ride The River 2016

Register today for Ride The River, River Action's Annual Father's Day Bike Ride coming June 19. By registering early, you can save on registration fees and T-shirt prices.


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Unique gifts that benefit River Action

River Action has a wide variety of gifts, from rain barrels to books, for sale throughout the year. Give a unique gift and help River Action at the same time.


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Volunteer for Channel Cat Talks, Riverine Walks

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Explore the QCA through the RiverStages Education Series. Channel Cat Talk participants tour the Mississippi River aboard the Channel Cat Water Taxi while Riverine Walks participants explore the Quad Cities through guided walks.


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Donate to help build riverfront trail bridge in downtown Davenport

We made our Kickstarter goal, but you can still help fund the rec trail bridge project. Just click on the "CONTRIBUTE" button below to make a donation to help fund the bridge over River Drive to connect the riverfront with downtown Davenport.


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Mark your calendar

"Raising the Grade" is the theme of the 9th Annual Upper Mississippi River Conference scheduled Oct. 13-14 at the iWireless Center in Moline. The "Report Card for the Mississippi River Watershed," an analysis prepared by America's Watershed Initiative, rated the condition of the overall watershed as D+. Working sessions will be held on the report's seven broad goals: ecosystems, economy, recreation, flood control and flood risk management, transportation, water supply and Gulf of Mexico hypoxia.


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Volunteer for River Action's Ride The River June 19

Ride The River is an annual family bicycle ride. Volunteers assist with set-up, registration, t-shirt sales, directing participants along the route, clean-up, and more. Volunteers are needed for set-up Saturday, ride assistance Sunday and clean-up on Monday.

Volunteer to help continue this 32-year Father's Day tradition.

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822 E. River Dr., Davenport, IA

Hours: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., M-F

Email: riveraction@riveraction.org

Phone: 563-322-2969


Join the discussion on our environment

Click on the link below to view the Environmental Book Club reading list for 2016. All sessions begin at 7 p.m. and are held on the 4th Tuesday of the month at River Action's office, 822 River Dr., Davenport.

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Find a wild place in Quad Cities Area

Explore more than 16,000 acres of publicly accessible natural areas in the Iowa and Illinois Quad Cities region. Visit qcwildplaces.com to view photos and detailed information for your trip into the wild.

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Keep up to date on River Action programs and activities with our "eddy" newsletter. As a River Action member, you'll receive the quarterly update in addition to event discounts.

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Upper Mississippi River Conference

Network, collaborate and learn from some of the country's leading experts on watershed issues identified in America's Watershed Initiative Mississippi River Report Card.

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32nd Annual Ride the River Coming June 19

Register early – by May 5 – and you'll be entered automatically into a drawing to give away two bike helmets

River Action's 32nd Annual Ride The River will be Father's Day, Sunday, June 19.

Enjoy a bi-state tour of the Quad Cities along riverfront bike trails and cruise on the Mississippi River on the Celebration Belle riverboat from Iowa to Illinois. Or, ride across the historic Arsenal Bridge.

Come join the fun with the whole family for this Father’s Day tradition!

CLICK HERE to register online early and save on registration fees and T-shirt prices.

CLICK HERE to download the 2016 Ride The River brochure with mail-in registration form.

Sign-up today for Channel Cat Talks/Riverine Walks, part of RiverStages Education Series

Volunteers Needed for Channel Cat Talks & Riverine Walks

Explore the river this summer through a program which teaches participants first-hand about the wildlife, history, culture and geology of the Mississippi River and the Quad Cities through Channel Cat Talks and Riverine Walks, May 28 through September 3.

Join us in learning about the unique nature and culture of the Quad Cities. Check out our schedule by clicking on the "Read More" link below.

We would like to extend a special thanks to the Illinois Humanities Council for supporting our program again this year!

When registering online, the shopping cart will add the two programs (Channel Cat Talks and Riverine Walks) together unless you "Clear" the cart between viewing the two different shopping cart links below.

CLICK HERE to register online for Channel Cat Talks.

CLICK HERE to register online for Riverine Walks.

CLICK HERE to download a copy of the RiverStages Education Series brochure.

If the captain or Riverine Walk leader cancels, a rain date will be scheduled. If you have paid and are unable to attend River Action will consider your payment a donation. No refunds will be given..

Next RiverStages Reading May 6 to feature play'Spill' written by Leigh Fondakowski

reading rehearsal

The RiverStages Reading Series will continue on Friday, May 6 at Butterworth Center, Moline, with the play "Spill" written by Leigh Fondakowski and directed by Tyson Danner.

After the 7:30 p.m. performance in the Butterworth Center library, there will be a post-play chat on spills and clean-up in the Upper Mississippi River. Butterworth Center is located at 1105 8th St., Moline.

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