June is Rivers Month and what better way to celebrate than to join in the Wyoming Valley RiverFest and Sojourn near Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania! An event of the Wyoming Valley Watershed Coaliton, RiverFest reconnects the community with the Susquehanna R… Read more »
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.
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B.A. in Environmental Studies from Denison University, and M.A. in Environmental and Resource Policy from The George Washington UniversityFraser River
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INDEPENDENCE (Thursday, June 11, 2009): Several organizations and officials came together Saturday at Bathing Beach to dedicate the Buchanan County Wapsipinicon River Water Trail in Iowa. “It took many types of people to get this accomplished,… Read more »
Join the Susquehanna River Trail Association for the 2009 Great River Adventure on Saturday, June 27. Participate in the ever-popular “Island Hopper,” a leisurely trip from Fort Hunter to City Island featuring four new island stops with han… Read more »
Sections of the Vermilion and Black Rivers have been designated an Ohio Water Trail according to an announcement by the Ohio Department of Natural Resources Division of Watercraft. The 27-mile Vermilion-Lorain Water Trail offers recreational users the… Read more »
FRANKFORT, KY – (December 10): Kentucky’s Department for Local Government is accepting applications for two grant programs to be awarded in 2009: Recreational Trails Program grant applications will be accepted through February 1, 2009; and the L… Read more »
Journal Gazette – (November 18, 2008): When Paul Fry-Miller passed a deer on his way to work, it had that all too common deer-in-headlights look, even though there were no headlights to be found. Then, Fry-Miller heard a loud noise. It made him j… Read more »
PennLive.com – (November 20): James McNulty tried kayaking for the first time at the age of 54. The current president of the Canoe Club of Greater Harrisburg was at in Gifford Pinchot State Park in York County when he signed up for the club on a… Read more »
Friends of the Chicago River is working to change the water quality standards for the Chicago River to protect the people who enjoy it and the wildlife that call it home.Right now, you have an opportunity to help make that happen. In 2007, the Illinois… Read more »
The Northern Forest Canoe Trail’s online auction is running from November 5 (8 AM) to December 5 (9 PM). With more than 250 items in this year’s auction, there’s something for every bidder. All auction proceeds (your bids) go directly… Read more »
Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission (PFBC) announced that non-profit land trusts, conservancies, and watershed associations may now apply for grants through the agency’s Boating Facilities Grant Program. The program previously allowed only local gove… Read more »