NOTE: We’re pleased to welcome Thomas O’Keefe, PhD, for this guest post. Tom is a river ecologist and the Pacific Northwest Stewardship Director for American Whitewater, a national river conservation organization and a partner with American… Read more »
Molly manages traditional and social media to promote American Rivers.
Molly joined American Rivers in 2010. She is a communications professional specializing in non-profit organizations and has worked with IEEE, Earth Share of California, Save the Redwoods League and the Student Conservation Association. She also worked as a National Park ranger in Alaska.
B.A. English, M.A. Corporate & Public Communications, Certificate Global Affairs.Columbia River
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This morning I woke up, brushed my teeth, took a shower, brewed a cup of tea and made a bowl of oatmeal, filled my iron and pressed my clothes, washed my dishes, got ready for work and went to the office. With the exception of turning off the faucet as… Read more »
We’re pleased to welcome Ben Lawhon, the Education Director for Leave No Trace Outdoor Ethics, to share tips for minimizing impact on the river. Floating rivers is a unique way to enjoy the outdoors. From a raft, kayak, or canoe adrift on the wat… Read more »
Last Friday, I had the opportunity to join our National River Clean-up Coordinator Ginny Crake on a clean-up event with Catholic University’s incoming first year law students at Rock Creek Park. This was a special occasion for me for a number of… Read more »
With only a few weekends left before the unofficial end of summer, now’s the perfect time to think about making the most of the still-warm weather. Head to your favorite river to make sure you’re getting everything you can out of the dog da… Read more »