American Rivers would like to congratulate the Earth Club from Calallen High School who hosted a National River Cleanup™ on the Nueces River near Corpus Christi, Texas in early April this year. Their group photo won the photo contest with 473 votes! L… Read more »
Millions of tons of trash end up in our nation’s rivers and streams every year. Ginny works with our Cleanup Coordinators across the country to remove trash through the National River Cleanup program.
Ginny joined American Rivers in 2010. Prior to that, she worked for the Alice Ferguson Foundation as their Trash Free Potomac Watershed Initiative Manager. During her time there, she successfully orchestrated three Potomac Watershed Cleanups with upwards of 13,000 volunteers.
B.S. in Political Science from Pennsylvania State University, working on Environmental Management Certificate from University of Maryland University CollegeSusquehanna River, PA
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REI is not only a generous sponsor of American Rivers’ National River Cleanup™ but on September 18th they rolled up their sleeves and got dirty during their own river cleanup along the Juniata in Bedford, Pennsylvania. It was a crisp cool… Read more »
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Frank Masterman is a man of vision and passion. He understands the multitude of problems trash cause in his local Rock River in Oregon, Illinois and was inspired to take action. He has transformed what began as a single cleanup in 2009 into the… Read more »
You are just one person. One person looking to make a difference. Where do you start? What do you do? This week surrouding the 40th Earth Day, millions of people around the world will spend some time taking care of our planet. American Rivers invites… Read more »