This is a guest blog by American Rivers’ intern, Madelaine Pierce. Beaverkill River, NY | © Madelaine Pierce The water of the Beaverkill River is as clear as it is cold, as it should be, remaining one of America’s most protected and beloved… Read more »
Patrick works to assist the Marketing and Communications department.
Patrick joined American Rivers in 2011. Prior to that he interned at American Hiking Society.
B.A. in History from U. of Maryland, G.C. in Nonprofit Financial Management from U. of MarylandMagothy River, MD
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This is a guest blog from American Rivers’ intern, Madelaine Pierce. Now you can trace your local river to learn more about its impact to your community | © NationalAtlas.gov The earliest known maps date back to before 16,500 BC, depicting simple… Read more »
BIDDING HAS STARTED » The bidding has begun! As part of the 2013 American Rivers Tour with The Infamous Stringdusters, American Rivers is auctioning off three great items with 100% of the proceeds going to support our work to protect and restore… Read more »
A guest blog from Communications Intern Johannes Dreisbach. As we celebrate the last part of the winter season, we wanted to take a look at how different wildlife found in and around our rivers adapt to the unique season. You’ll see that these amazing… Read more »