to protect and restore our greatest asset – the Mississippi River – and our shared RiverWay environment.
the cultural and economic activities that enhance and promote our community and quality of life.
adoption of sustainable practices that improve our waterways and our area's environment.
Improving the quality of life in the region must start with an appreciation and understanding of the vital role played by the Mississippi River.
We seek to help build a sustainable future through awareness, education and stewardship of the Mississippi River and our shared RiverWay.
Creating a vibrant, engaged community leads to greater support for initiatives to preserve, protect and enhance our environment.
You can volunteer in a variety of ways for a wide range of River Action programs, events and activities.
We are a non-profit charitable 501(c)3 organization so your contributions are deductible to the extent allowed by law.
By becoming a member, you can receive our quarterly newsletter and special discounts on our events and activities.
Reprint of historic 12-page booklet written for The Rock Island Digest.
60-gallon recycled plastic rain barrel with large (3x4) downspout diverter.
Cateye bicycle light, easy-to-install mounting hardware for handlebar included.
Reproduction of postcard of historic first railroad bridge crossing Mississippi River.
14" x 26" reproduction of Davenport color lithograph, circa 1856, on rag paper stock.
Light tan shirt with bridge image on front, River Action mark on sleeve.
"Lincoln's Greatest Case: The River, The Bridge and The Making of America."
Variety of sizes for children and adults. Stop at River Action office to try on and purchase.
Poster of 2015 Floatzilla Paddlesports Festival. Call River Action if mailing needed.
60-gallon recycled plastic rain barrel with regular (2x3) downspout diverter.
Theme by ThemeForest | Customized by GAH, Inc. | Powered by Drupal | © 2016 River Action, Inc. All rights reserved. Terms of Service