Cast your vote in the Angler’s Choice Award for your favorite Most Endangered River | © Spencer Blake Get your vote in! In conjunction with our America’s Most Endangered Rivers® report release earlier this month, The Orvis Company is hosting the Angler… 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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Thank you to all the River Champions out there! | © Scott Bosse The River Champions have been selected! As part of the 40th anniversary of American Rivers, we wanted to celebrate the river community by highlighting some of the heroes in river cons… Read more »
Anacostia River Cleanup | © American Rivers Nominate a River Champion here There are only a few days left to nominate someone for our first ever River Champion award. Nominations end at midnight on Sunday, February 16th. To nominate someone you mu… Read more »
American Rivers is playing a significant role in dam removal projects up and down the east coast. In 2013 alone, we removed over 40 dams in the United States. In the Northeast restoration is underway on the Penobscot River, the Mid-Atlantic is seeing t… Read more »
This blog was written by marketing and communications intern, Kathryn McDaniel Green River, UT | © Greg Pflug Nominate a River Champion today » In honor of 40 years of protecting and restoring rivers American Rivers is recognizing 40 notable people who… Read more »
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 »
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 »