Glacier, Torres del Paine, Patagonia Chile | Linda Shaffer, World Resources Institute Last week the Pew Research Center released a poll showing that the number of Americans who believe in climate change, and believe that it is caused by human activity,… Read more »
Fay works to engage communities in the Intermountain West with the goal of connecting people to nature, stimulating economic growth, bolstering existing land and water conservation efforts, and improving the quality of life for rural communities through the creation of blue trails.
Fay joined American Rivers in 2010. Prior to that she interned with Wisconsin State Representative Cory Mason, and was the Economic Research Assistant for Clean Wisconsin’s water program.
B.S. in Agriculture and Applied Economics and Environmental Studies from University of Wisconsin-Madison.Kickapoo River
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Cathy Cole I don’t know about you, but fall is by far my favorite season. From apple picking in the crisp air to hiking along a stretch of river soaking up the array of red, oranges and yellow trees, a perfect fall day is my idea of “having it all.” Fa… Read more »
This is a guest blog from one of our conservation interns Ryan Cook Gulf Branch stream, Arlington, VA | Ryan Cook When you’re growing up everything seems bigger. In elementary school I played in the Gulf Branch stream in Arlington, overlooking t… Read more »
This is a guest blog from our conservation intern Dan Hermes. Soda Butte Creek, Yellowstone, WY | Dan Hermes As I trek through the tall grass of the high country, I peer off in the distance to see golden plains filled with bison and mountains of epic p… Read more »
How has the Clean Water Act impacted your life? For those of us who weren’t alive when the Clean Water Act was passed into law in 1972, we interpret this law through the eyes of Generation Y. Lake Mendota, WI | Richard Hurd As a proud Badger Alum… Read more »
In a new report California is taking the lead to tackle climate change at the local and state levels | California Climate Change Center With one of the worst droughts in the last 50 years parching over 50% of the country, and record breaking temperatur… Read more »
This spring, we hit a big milestone. It wasn’t a fun milestone, like a 50th wedding anniversary or record number of home runs, instead it was rather sobering. Atmospheric monitoring stations across the Arctic have been measuring more than 400 par… Read more »
Take Action to Protect theKansas River Help us today to tell the Corps to end dredging on the Kaw by 2017! With Memorial Day behind us, the unofficial start to summer is underway! One of my favorite summer activities is getting out on the river. Pictur… Read more »
Like much of the country, spring arrived surprisingly early in Washington D.C. this year. In fact, I didn’t feel like we had a real winter at all. A born and bred Midwesterner, I am used to freezing temperatures, down jackets and snow – lot… Read more »
In the last month there has been an outcry by members of Congress, states and the insurance industry [subscription required] to wake up and begin preparing for more large scale and extreme weather events. Illinois Senator Dick Durban commented early la… Read more »