The Maumee Matters River Week!
April 18 through April 26 2014 -- 2 States ~ 9 Days ~ 141 Miles. Fort Wayne to Lake Erie on the Fort to Port original transportation system, the Maumee River. READ MORE HERE
Find Locations for Canoe Trip
Don’t want to paddle with us on the Maumee?
JOIN US at the Land Locations to learn something during our Programing!
Levee Maintenance - Get Involved!
Where are all the trees on our riverbanks & who has been removing them? So if trees and grasses are good for the rivers, why are they disappearing? Levees in Fort Wayne? What is a levee & where are the levees? How are our Federal, State & Local decision makers involved?
What does Save Maumee plant on riverbanks & floodways? What is native vegetation? How does planting trees and grasses help to improve water quality? What are these seeds, trees and plants value?
River Front Development
IMPROVE WATER QUALITY OR DO NOT CONSIDER IT
Read the Letter to the Editor Here
We All Live Downstream
11 Million People Depend on Clean Water from Our 3 Rivers
Monday May 5, 2014 from 7PM-8:30PM
The purpose of Save Maumee Grassroots Organization is to preserve, protect and improve the ecosystems of the Upper Maumee River and watershed by increasing public awareness through advocacy, collaboration, education and hands-on projects. The organization operates as a charitable, nonprofit organization and filed with the IRS, as a 501 (c) ( 3), in December 2013. Our work since 2005 has been supported by memberships and 100% volunteer efforts.