The frozen flow out of a mountain drain pipe shows what stormwater runoff looks like – and it’s not pretty.
Steve runs our national fishing initiative, The Anglers Fund, to connect our conservation work with the fishing community. Additionally, he works with major donors in the Southeast region.
Steve joined American Rivers in 2012. Prior to that he worked for IBM as a regional and global sales executive. His experience spans sales management, marketing, and business development.
Steve is an avid fly fisherman with a personal goal to catch trout on every continent that has them.
B.S. in Mathematics from the University of North CarolinaMadison River
Blog Posts By This Author
In honor of National Hunting and Fishing Day, we share some examples of how our work helps to protect and restore important fish habitat.
American Rivers’ Steve White describes finding gold at the end of the rainbow on Montana’s Madison River.
In this blog, Steve White describes how a small trout’s survival of the California drought gives hope going forward.
Tuolumne River headwaters, Yosemite National Park | Steve WhiteThis past week I had a chance to see first-hand the connections between headwaters and drinking water that we think about a lot here at American Rivers. I was backpacking with my family in… Read more »
Watching the river | Photo: Skip Armstrong I had the good fortune to be the son of a man who loved nature. He brought me up fishing and hunting, and when those were out of season, he would take me on long walks in the woods. Seeing a deer through the t… Read more »
Basin Creek, Doughton Park, NC | Steve White Driving with my son to one of our favorite small streams in the Southern Appalachians this past Good Friday, I found myself thinking about Easter eggs. I’ve always enjoyed the idea of Easter egg hunts, wheth… Read more »
Welcome to the fifth and last part of the Anglers Fund conservation update, which summarizes our recent successes to protect and restore important fish habitat. The theme for this report is “healthy fish need healthy rivers”. We hope you’ll enjoy seein… Read more »
Welcome to Part 4 of the Anglers Fund conservation update, which summarizes our recent successes to protect and restore important fish habitat. The theme for this report is “healthy fish need healthy rivers”. We hope you’ll enjoy seeing how our work ha… Read more »
Today we have a guest blog update from the Friends of the Central Sands about the Little Plover River – a part of our America’s Most Endangered Rivers® list in 2013. Little Plover River | Barb Feltz The Little Plover River was on American Rivers’ list… Read more »