Amy Trice

Lapham Conservation Fellow
conservation

Amy is currently the Lapham Conservation Fellow. She is working on issues regarding the Clean Water Act, preserving headwater streams and flood mitigation.

Amy is currently the Lapham Conservation Fellow. She is working on issues regarding the Clean Water Act, preserving headwater streams and flood mitigation.

B.S. in Biology, certificate in Environmental Ethics from the University of Georgia. M.S. in Ecology from the Odum School of Ecology at the University of Georgia.

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Blog Posts By This Author

What Exactly Is Stream Daylighting?

Download Daylighting Streams | © American Rivers Small streams, which scientists refer to as headwater streams, provide a wide array of benefits to communities, such as nutrient and pollution removal, groundwater recharge, and flood mitigation. He… Read more »