Now you can show off your support for America’s rivers by caring a tote bag or wearing a hat or shirt with our logo. The new American Rivers web store was launched this week and we’re very proud to say that all of the products are organic… Read more »
Caitlin helps spread the word about National River Cleanup, America’s Most Endangered Rivers, and the River Restoration and River Protection programs.
Caitlin joined American Rivers in 2008. Prior to that she worked as the Communications Coordinator for the Casualty Actuarial Society. She also served as the Office Manager at the Public Education Center, home of the Natural Resources News Service.
B.S. in Psychology with a double major in Literary and Cultural Studies from The College of William and Mary, and working toward a M.A. in Writing with a concentration in Nonfiction from Johns Hopkins UniversityShenandoah River
Blog Posts By This Author
America’s first modern environmental law – the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) – turned 40 last week. That’s cause to celebrate: NEPA set forth environmental protection and conservation as an official policy of the U.S. gover… Read more »
2010 is off to a good start here in Washington, D.C., where American Rivers is headquartered. Thanks to multiple advocacy groups and unanimous support from the city council, an unprecedented law took effect that could help save our local Anacostia Riv… Read more »
Yesterday was a big day for rivers as the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee approved several Wild and Scenic River bills by unanimous consent. American Rivers has been working with local communities and river groups to develop proposals an… Read more »
Upcoming American Rivers/National Hydropower Association Workshop: Climate Change and Hydropower Management
We are working with the National Hydropower Association to hold a workshop on Thursday, January 28th, 2010 at the Washington Court Hotel in Washington, DC. This workshop, Climate Change and Hydropower Management: Is Existing Science Useful Yet?, will… Read more »
As we have done the past eight years, American Rivers is once again working with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) to offer grants for stream barrier removal projects. We are specifically looking for projects that will help loc… Read more »
Guest post by Steve Rothert, American Rivers’ California Field Office Director The fight to restore the Yuba River and restore salmon and steelhead runs to the upper Yuba has entered a new phase. The Yuba County Water Agency recently started the proce… Read more »
Jeans manufacturing requires a lot of chemicals and water and if the left over water isn’t treated properly, it can pollute our valuable rivers and streams. That’s why GAP has recently expanded their 2004 Clean Water Program to ensure th… Read more »
Matt Rice, our Associate Director of Southeast Conservation, recently talked to Fox News about the problems facing the Saluda River and how we are working to save it. Watch the video and read the 2009 Most Endangered Rivers Report, where the Saluda wa… Read more »
Thanks to Pat Manchester, with the Town of Fort Covington in New York, you can see a video of the newly revived Salmon River. The Fort Covington Dam was recently taken down thanks in part to funding provided by the American Rivers-NOAA Community-based… Read more »