Montana resident Deb Davidson explains how she fell in love with the Smith River, one of America’s Most Endangered Rivers® of 2015.
Jessie works with staff across the country on a variety of river restoration and protection work— from advocacy and outreach to coordination with local communities to restore and protect their rivers and streams. Since 2010, Jessie has also been managing our Most Endangered Rivers Program.
Jessie joined American Rivers in 2010. Prior to that she worked for the Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission as their Habitat Coordinator. There she played a fundamental role in the establishment of the Atlantic Coastal Fish Habitat Partnership. Jessie also did an internship at the Natural Resources Defense Council where she focused on the reauthorization of the Endangered Species Act.
B.S. in Biology from Mary Washington College, and M.S. in Natural Resources from Delaware State UniversityRappahannock River
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Joe Sowerby, an outfitter in Montana, talks about the wonders of the Smith River. The Smith River is one of America’s Most Endangered Rivers® of 2015.
American Rivers staff followed professionals from the Maryland Biological Stream Survey as they sampled for American eel in the Patapsco River in Maryland.
The James River has faced repeated water pollution issues over the years. Virginia’s Governor McAuliffe has the opportunity to enact some major changes in his tenure.
Today’s guest blog is a part of the America’s Most Endangered Rivers® series highlighting the Harpeth River in Tennessee. Our guest blogger today is Charles H. Watkins IV, founder of TENN4 Productions. TENN4 Productions is an independent conglomerate o… Read more »
Today’s guest blog is a part of the America’s Most Endangered Rivers® series highlighting the Harpeth River in Tennessee. A Nashville native, our guest blogger, Priscilla Kaestner, is a senior at Auburn University, where she assumes leadership roles in… Read more »
The Black Warrior River — listed as one of America’s Most Endangered Rivers® of 2013 and 2011 — is the subject of this update from guest author Charles Scribner, Executive Director of the Black Warrior Riverkeeper. Shepherd Bend slough | Nelson Brooke… Read more »
Today’s guest blog is a part of the America’s Most Endangered Rivers® series highlighting the Harpeth River in Tennessee. In August 2003, John Guider walked out the back door of his home in Franklin, Tennessee, and placed a canoe in the creek behind hi… Read more »
The following guest blog from Dorie Bolze is a part of our America’s Most Endangered Rivers® series— Harpeth River, Tennessee. Dorie Bolze is the Executive Director of the Harpeth River Watershed Association (HRWA). HRWA has been protecting the State S… Read more »
As a national leader on dam removal, American Rivers strives to provide resources to the public to help inspire, educate, and ultimately increase the comfort level of groups working on-the-ground that would like to get involved in opening up rivers acr… Read more »