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NOR began operations by mailing Currents magazine

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NOR distributes its literature to the public, lawyers and government agencies

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To educate the public about public rights on rivers

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We inform government agencies, landowners, and the public

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About The Founder »
Eric’s dream is that public rights to recreate in non-destructive ways on rivers will be honored in all places

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River Law Fact Or Fiction »
Does a landowner's property deed include the river

On-River Conflicts »
Conflicts will often arise when you are using rivers in controversy

Why You Need the eBook Public Rights on Rivers »
Public rights are routinely ignored, disregarded, and denied

Frequently Asked Questions »
FAQs about federal law regarding public ownership, use, and conservation of rivers

Why River Rights? »
NOR is the organization that focuses on achieving public-trust ownership of rivers, conserving rivers through public-trust ownership, and ensuring the public's legal rights to enjoy rivers

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River Shooting Stirs River Law and Property Questions

August 08, 2013

This past July in Missouri, a landowner shot a man who was taking a pit stop from floating down the Meramec River and killed him. The man had stopped to urinate, and the landowner . . . Read more »

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fly fishing NOR is here to STOP and REVERSE the major loss of your public rights on rivers since the 1970s. Public rights are now being unlawfully denied on thousands of miles of rivers around the US . . . Learn more »

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Why are public rights on rivers an issue?

March 15, 2014

Public rights to fish, canoe, kayak, raft, hunt, and walk along the banks of rivers are an issue in modern times because of several recent movements (mainly since the 1970s) to den . . . Read more »

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