This story originally ran on National Geographic’s WaterCurrents blog. North Umpqua River, OR | © Paul Colangelo/ILCP Big decisions are looming for management of 2.8 million acres of Oregon’s public forestlands – an area covering the size of… Read more »
Amy directs our media and communications work.
Amy joined American Rivers in 1998 in our Washington, DC office. She moved to our Northwest Regional Office in Seattle in 2000.
B.A. in Creative Writing and Literature from Trinity College in Hartford, CT. Amy studied coastal ecology with the School for Field Studies on Vancouver Island, British Columbia and spent a semester in Florence, Italy studying literature and art history. She completed field ecology programs in Panama through the University of Florida and in Big Sur, California through San Francisco State University.Any river with my husband, our kids and dogs, and our driftboat!
Blog Posts By This Author
Dams hurt rivers. They block a river’s flow and harm water quality, fish and wildlife, and recreational opportunities. In some cases where a dam is outdated, unsafe, or has outlived its usefulness, American Rivers advocates for dam removal. But in many… Read more »
Veazie Dam on the Penobscot River, ME | © Penobscot River Restoration Trust Today is a big day for dam removal and river restoration. Removal of Veazie Dam begins on Maine’s Penobscot River – part of a major effort to restore river health, r… Read more »
Enjoying the river barefoot | © Amy Kober We spent this past weekend on Oregon’s North Umpqua River, and my three year old kept taking off his sneakers. He did it whenever we left the trail, crossed through the sword ferns and trees, and got on to… Read more »
This is a guest blog from Mike Mitchell. Mike Mitchell is a retired aerospace company executive who currently leads his own consulting firm. He is an active outdoorsman and lives with his family in Potomac, MD. Rafting on the Colorado River through the… Read more »
Deschutes River, OR | © Mike Simpson Oregon’s Deschutes River has it all – fun rapids, great fishing, beautiful scenery, and opportunities for multi-day float trips. Flowing out of the Cascade Mountains 250 miles to the Columbia River, it… Read more »
Help save the Colorado River by pledging to support Matt Moseley’s 47.5 distance swim through the Canyonlands! On July 20, Matt Moseley will take to the water to swim close to 50 miles of the Colorado River to raise support for America’s Most End… Read more »
Entering Yampa Canyon, CO | © Amy Kober Not many Americans outside the river or boating world are familiar with the Yampa River in Northwest Colorado. But this river is worth getting to know – as the last wild river in the Colorado River Basin, i… Read more »
Join American Rivers and the Infamous Stringdusters on tour! Rivers and music go great together, which is why we’re excited to announce that American Rivers and The Infamous Stringdusters are teaming up for a 2013 American Rivers tour! We’r… Read more »
Colorado River through the Grand Canyon | © Amy Kober For thirty years, our America’s Most Endangered Rivers report has highlighted urgent threats to rivers and has spurred the public to take action. Through the report, we have helped sound the a… Read more »