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Use the new book and poster to restore your rights on rivers everywhere

December 05, 2014
Use the new book to restore your rights in every state!

Now you have materials available to you that can quickly communicate your rights on rivers to any government official or riverfront landowner who questions them. The new book, Public Rights on Rivers in Every State and through Federal Lands, cites the Acts of Congress and U.S. Supreme Court decisions that confirm your rights, in every state, to canoe, kayak, raft, fish, and walk along the banks of rivers and creeks that are physicaly navigable in canoes or kayaks.

In addition, the new poster, "Public Rights on Rivers in Every State," compresses the essence of the landmark U.S. Supreme Court decisions into a single page, with four key illustrations of historic and current uses of rivers. You can download it now for free--just click on "River Law Handouts" at the top of your screen. Then print several copies, and post them on the bulletin boards in coffee houses, river equipment stores, fly shops, community centers, and in other public places near you. For outdoor use, laminate the posters in plastic at any office supply store for a dollar or two, then post them on the bulletin boards at river put-ins and take-outs, at trailheads, and in other places where outdoorsmen will see them.

Cover of Every State bookPeople all across the nation are unclear about public rights on rivers, but now you can help fix that problem. Congress and the U.S. Supreme Court have spoken. You just need to get the word out.

Get the new book now. Just click on "RESOURCES" at the top of your screen. Order several copies to distribute to your friends, your local sheriff, and your state legislator.

Download and print the new poster to go with it.


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