Summer in American Rivers’ California regional office means field season – or, as it should more aptly be named, meadow season. Going on three summers, and with the continued support of the National Fish and Wildlife Fund (NFWF), American Rivers’ staff… Read more »
Meg works to improve watershed health in the Sierra Nevada through meadow restoration, low impact development and outreach.
Meg joined American Rivers in 2013 through the Sierra Nevada AmeriCorps Partnership. She has previously worked in environmental education for the Living Classrooms Foundation and in quality control for National Geographic. For the former she taught clam dissection, water quality testing and maritime history lessons for students in grades 2-12 aboard a historic oyster buy boat on the Potomac River. For the latter she ensured factual accuracy in television programming.
B.A in Geography from Colgate UniversityBack River, MD
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