I was standing along my local river the other day, under a blue sky with a gentle breeze slipping by. Soft sunlight from above reflected off the nearby cliffs and a muted silence surrounded my thoughts – rare for a beautiful Sunday morning in August. N… Read more »
Sinjin drives communications and outreach for the Colorado River Basin and the Intermountain West Blue Trails program.
Sinjin joined American Rivers in 2014. Prior to that he worked in the marketing research field with Lynx Research Consulting, as well as served as President of Colorado Trout Unlimited.
B.S. in Environmental Science from Ball State University in Muncie, IndianaSan Juan River
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The Grand Canyon, and so many other expansive landscapes like it, has the power to change a person, simply by being.
Moseley swam 47.5 miles continuously from Moab to the confluence with Green River in 13:56:20 to raise awareness for American Rivers.
The Smith River generates at least $10 million annually for the local economy through recreation was listed as an Endangered River due to a proposed copper mine along a major headwaters tributary.
Sweat is draining down from under my sun hat, drenching my shirt – and I’m not even working! Simply bobbing along in my bright orange sea kayak, out on a massive, man-made reservoir in the middle of June is enough to wick the hydration straight out of… Read more »
Credit: Sinjin Eberle By now, you may have heard about a scheme to build an amusement park-style gondola from the East Rim of the Grand Canyon, plunging 10,000 people per day down to the Confluence of the Colorado and Little Colorado Rivers. On the rim… Read more »
My father and stepmom were river rats, and from a very early age, they introduced me to the mighty rivers of the Southwest. My Dad, brother, and I on the San Juan – 1980 Many summers we would have more than one trip down the San Juan, and as I got a bi… Read more »
I often say that, while those who want to harm, destroy, exploit, or otherwise permanently alter our amazing natural landscapes have the ability to lose fight after fight to get what they want, conservationists and those who want to protect our natural… Read more »
Looking north towards Zoroaster Temple at Indian Gardens | Sinjin EberleNearly 5 million people a year, from across the country and around the world, are drawn to the amazing expanse and wild nature of the Grand Canyon. Whether by viewing the incompreh… Read more »
Guest post by Roger Clark Being named America’s Most Endangered River is a dubious honor. First place in rivers under siege is the last place we want the mighty waters that cut Grand Canyon to be. So when American Rivers asked Grand Canyon Trust to be… Read more »