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1444 I Street
Suite 400
Washington, DC 20005
202.895.0420
202.895.0438

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Map of the Anacostia River in Washington DC and Maryland

Restore the Anacostia River!

The Anacostia River is one of the most polluted Chesapeake Bay tributaries.

From We All Live Downstream

Getting Toxic Sediment out of the Anacostia River

May 4, 2017

The Anacostia River corridor within the District of Columbia is comprised of 15 miles of shoreline, 1,200 acres of green space, and a string of 10 adjacent neighborhoods on the river’s east side in

A view of the Anacostia River with Anacostia Park on the left and Seafarer's Yacht Club on the right

The Anacostia Park Community Collaborative

March 24, 2017

Clean Water Action is proud to be a member of the Anacostia Park and Community Collaborative (APACC), a community-based coalition to improve Anacostia River parklands, increase access to parklands

Capitol building reflected at night. Photo credit: Orhan Cam / Shutterstock

Two Visions, One Building

January 13, 2016

Congress has barely been in session for two weeks. Unsurprisingly, the House has continued its streak of standing up for corporate polluters at the expense of the American people. Two of the first votes of this session put our water, our health, and our economy at risk