On December 30, 2015, the U.S. Forest Service released its final Ski Area Clause governing the management of water on federal lands – a win for rivers brought about by American Rivers and its allies throughout the conservation and recreation community.
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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Support American Rivers when you buy a ticket to the online Mountain & Adventure Film Festival. Plus, you could win a rafting trip on the Yampa River, courtesy of O.A.R.S Rafting!
For areas that grew up on mining, ranching, and agriculture, the transition of some agricultural lands to more water-friendly grape production has been a boon for sustaining small-scale agriculture in the face of resource scarcity.
The Wild & Scenic Film Festival kicks off this week in Nevada City, California, and six American Rivers films will be screened over the weekend.
Lake Powell | Sinjin Eberle I have been lucky to visit so many natural treasures across this country, which, when their given names are spoken, conjure up singular images about the place. Grand Canyon, Washington Monument, the Everglades, Zion, Nebrask… Read more »
From every corner of the state, people came together to hammer out goals and ideals, prioritize needs and wants, and think deeply about how we move together towards a collaborative vision of water in Colorado.
For the fourth time, the New Mexico Interstate Stream Commission and regional water developers are angling for approval to dam New Mexico’s last free-flowing river.
We are thrilled to be traversing the Colorado River Basin, filming a new episode of the travel journal, The Wonder List with CNN. Each episode focuses on people, places, cultures, or creatures facing a crossroads. Hosted by veteran journalist Bill Weir… Read more »
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 »
The Grand Canyon, and so many other expansive landscapes like it, has the power to change a person, simply by being.