Jamie Mierau

Director II, River Protection
conservation

Jamie works to engage communities to safeguard and improve river health by reconnecting people to rivers through blue trails and protecting the last great rivers through wild and scenic designation.

Jamie joined American Rivers in 2000. Prior to that she performed natural resource management field research and developed recommendations for governmental policy in Costa Rica and studied natural systems agriculture at The Land Institute in Kansas.

Our Blue Trails expert

B.A. in Environmental Studies from Denison University, and M.A. in Environmental and Resource Policy from The George Washington University

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CONTACT: WASHINGTON DC HEADQUARTERS


Blog Posts By This Author

What’s Your River Story?

Verde River Blue Trail, AZ | Doug Von Gausig Rivers have always been an important part of my life. I come from a family of avid fly fishermen and my love for rivers comes from spending time with them playing in and along the rivers of the Colorado Rock… Read more »

Verde River Blue Trail Kick-Off

Earlier this month I made my first trip to the Verde River in Arizona. Thanks to the generous support of the Walton Family Foundation, American Rivers is helping communities along the Verde to develop a Blue Trail, the water equivalent to a hiking trai… Read more »