It was recently announced by the EPA that dredging of toxic sediments is complete and the Kinnickinnic River is now on the path to restoration. This is great news and a great success! American Rivers listed the Kinnickinnic River as one of our 2007 Mo… Read more »
Angela works to engage the media and educate the public on clean water and water supply issues through varied press and outreach.
Angela joined American Rivers in 2008. Prior to that she worked for James City County on public communications for America’s 400th Anniversary and spent a brief time with Oceana.
B.A. in Political Science and Communication from James Madison UniversityRose River in Shenandoah National Park
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Guest post by Peter Raabe, American Rivers’ Policy Director for Budget and Appropriations Congress passed and the President signed the fiscal year 2010 Interior, Environment and Related Agencies Appropriations bill. This was a feat in and of itself si… Read more »
Earlier this week, Orvis launched their Fly Fishing Photo Contest. By submitting your favorite fishing photo, you could be featured on the cover of a future Orvis Fly Fishing Catalog and win a $1,000 Orvis gift card or Helios Fly Rod Outfit. This pr… Read more »
Guest post by Gerrit Jobsis, southeast regional director of American Rivers: I was pleased to serve on a discussion panel after the showing of the award winning documentary film, FLOW – For Love of Water, directed by Irena Salina. The film chron… Read more »
Guest blog by Bonnie Rice, Associate Director of Conservation in our Northwest Regional Office This morning was one of those mornings when I feel very fortunate to be working at American Rivers, protecting more Washington State rivers and streams throu… Read more »
On the last day of June NC Governor Beverly Perdue signed into law a bill that will begin the process of cleaning up the popular Jordan Lake in the Research Triangle area of NC. The lake was in trouble from day one with predictions of high pollution l… Read more »
Last week I had the privilege of attending the keynote speech by Maude Barlow at Clean Water Week in D.C. She began by listing recent water news headlines in the past month, and they sure do relay that we have a global water crisis. But she didn’… Read more »
Dr. Joan Rose, a member of the Scientific and Technical Advisory Committee (STAC) here at American Rivers, recently published an op-ed (“Keeping water safe is another challenge for Obama”) that addresses the need to fix crumbling water infr… Read more »
National environmental groups are working hard to present information to the Obama transition team on how to invest wisely in green infrastructure and jumpstart the economy. Check out this press release for some details. I attended the press conference… Read more »
Our local leaders are facing the pressing question of how to ensure a clean, reliable water supply with strains from population growth, booming development, and global warming. Many communities are already enforcing water restrictions. There are a few… Read more »