Today’s guest blog is a part of the America’s Most Endangered Rivers® series, and it is about a river that we listed in 2012, the South Fork Skykomish River in Washington. Rich Bowers, the Hydropower Reform Coalition Pacific Northwest Coordinator, tel… Read more »
Jessie works with our staff and partners to develop our Most Endangered Rivers Program and annual report.
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
Blog Posts By This Author
Boyer Nursery Protected Through the Marsh Creek Project | © Sarah Kipp, Land Conservancy of Adams County Recently, we have been learning about conservation easements as part of our River Protection work under a grant from the Environmental Protect… Read more »
Thanks to you, we stopped mining on the Chetco River and took a big step forward in protecting some of the best salmon and steelhead habitat on the West Coast. If you’re on Twitter and Facebook, take a moment to spread the word to thank the Oregon Memb… Read more »
Oil and gas in Jonah, Wyoming | © EcoFlight This week has been jam-packed with news on natural gas issues across the country. Here are some of the highlights: New Duke Study Confirms Methane Contamination Following up on a study from May 2011 [PDF], r… Read more »
Today’s guest blog about the #4 Little Plover River- a part of our America’s Most Endangered Rivers® series- is from Bob Clarke with Friends of the Central Sands. Friends of the Central Sands (FOCS) works to promote a healthy Central Sands… Read more »
Proposed coal mine along the Black Warrior River, AL | © Nelson Brooke In April, American Rivers named the Black Warrior River one of America’s Most Endangered Rivers® due to the threat of coal mining. A hearing on a proposal to declare a Black W… Read more »
Take Action to Protect theBoundary Waters Tell Congress to keep the Boundary Waters safe for future generations! Today’s guest blog about the #6 Boundary Waters- a part of our America’s Most Endangered Rivers® series- is from Jaime Pinkham,… Read more »
Today’s guest blog about the #6 Boundary Waters- a part of our America’s Most Endangered Rivers® series- is from Carla Arneson, a retired teacher and local resident of Ely, Minnesota. Take Action to Protect theBoundary Waters Tell Congress… Read more »
Today’s guest blog about the #6 Boundary Waters- a part of our America’s Most Endangered Rivers® series- is from Carla Arneson, a retired teacher who now lives full-time in her small log cabin on the shore of one of Ely’s threatened lakes;… Read more »
Today’s guest blog about the #7 Black Warrior River- a part of our America’s Most Endangered Rivers® series- is from Reverend Anthony “Alann” Johnson, MDiv, the President of Birmingham’s Titusville Community. On May 18, th… Read more »