This article was originally published to celebrate the 2009 10 year anniversary of Edwards Dam removal. It was written by Andrew Fahlund, American Rivers’ Senior Vice President for Conservation at the time, and published by National Geographic. Before… Read more »
Devin works to spread the story of American Rivers work and successes to our members, corporate supporters and others through publications such as the American Rivers magazine, reports, and the annual report and through our website and online outreach. He also helps find ways for American Rivers to work with corporations to advance river restoration and protection.
Devin joined American Rivers in 2009. Previously, he worked in communications with several nonprofit and government agencies. Devin worked with Oceana in their South American headquarters in Santiago, Chile, to help the oceans that receive all the rivers he now works to protect. While there, Devin performed his thesis research on how newspapers in Santiago were covering climate change.
Before that, Devin interned and worked with several government agencies including the Office of the President, the U.S. Department of Agriculture, and the Natural Resources Conservation Service. He has worked with his hometown newspaper The Red Bay News for the past 15 years, where he still has a weekly column.
M.A. in Latin American Studies from University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida, Focus on International Communication and Environmental Sustainability
B.S. in Agricultural Communications and B.A. in Spanish from Auburn University, Auburn, Alabama
Publications: Media Coverage of Climate Change in Chile: A Content Analysis of Conservative and Liberal Newspapers, Environmental Communication: A Journal of Nature and Culture, March 2012Crystal River, Florida
Blog Posts By This Author
Explore 286 miles of the Colorado River (including 36 Mile Rapids shown here) in Google Maps Street View We are excited to announce the Colorado River is the focus of a new Google Maps Street View project launched today in partnership between American… Read more »
CNN’s Change the List project allows readers to vote for five topics that reporter John D. Sutter will cover for CNN. Endangered U.S. rivers are in the running and are currently up near the top, and we could use the votes to make sure we stay there! It… Read more »
Last weekend, I rolled up under the Main Street Bridge in Conway, South Carolina, to see more than 40 people already unloading the kayaks and canoes and getting into the water! What a site to see so many people laughing and excited to get out on the bl… Read more »
This is a guest blog from American Rivers’ intern, Johannes Dreisbach. Detroit River | Mike Russell In the early 1900s, Detroit became one of the largest cities in the United States, and the Detroit River played a major role. The river is 28 miles lon… Read more »
A guest blog written by communications intern Johannes Dreisbach. Post-Sandy flooding in Matnoloking, NJ | Greg Thompson, USFWS When Superstorm Sandy hit the East Coast in early November, it wreaked unprecedented destruction. In addition to flooding… Read more »
A guest blog from our Commuications intern Johannes Dreisbach. Elwha dam breach, Elwah River, WA | National Park Service Autumn has been an incredibly exciting time at American Rivers, as it marks the one-year anniversary of the world’s largest d… Read more »
Enjoy a guest blog from our Communications intern, Johannes Driesbach. Map of the Mississippi River | USGS Throughout America’s history, rivers have been incredibly important to the individuals living here. Whether it was the Native Americans, t… Read more »
A holiday blog from our Communications Intern, Johannes Dreisbach. Painting of the first Thanksgiving | U.S. New Zealand Embassy Happy Thanksgiving! The big day is finally here, and you’re probably excitedly waiting for (or frantically preparing… Read more »
This is a guest blog from our intern Johannes Dreisbach. Hoover Dam, AR, NV | USBR Halloween is just a day away. In a matter of hours, goblins and ghouls will be running amok in city streets and monsters will be haunting television screens. With all… Read more »