Welcome to Part 2 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 »
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
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Welcome to the 5th edition of American Rivers’ Anglers Fund conservation update, which summarizes our recent successes to protect and restore important fish habitat. You’ll see where we are restoring access to spawning grounds by taking out dams, prote… Read more »
Whether you fish for trout, salmon, steelhead, shad, shoal bass, or any number of other American game fish, it’s likely that our work is improving the river habitat for your favorite fish. Every six months as part of our Anglers Fund initiative, we com… Read more »
All I want for Christmas is a bag of rocks! As a kid, so much of the fun of Christmas was the anticipation leading up to it, especially making a list for Santa and hoping to avoid the dreaded bag of rocks. Now that I have a few Christmases behind me, I… Read more »
Sign the Petition Steve White on Crystal Creek | © Scott Bosse Our Waters Are Connected I strongly support the administration relying on this science report to inform and advance rulemaking to protect these streams and wetlands as “Waters of the United… Read more »
Amy Singler at Dufresne Dam Removal, Battenkill River, VT | © Amy Signler Most fly fishermen are familiar with the Battenkill in Vermont and NY as an iconic trout stream in American fishing. The Orvis Company headquarters are located along it, and… Read more »
Bitch Creek, ID | © Scott Bosse Having moved from corporate America to American Rivers last year, one of the best things I’ve found about working for American Rivers is the increased appreciation I continue to gain for the importance of the… Read more »
The Feather River, a nationally designated Wild & Scenic River, is a great place to take family out to enjoy nature, wildlife, and recreate | © Steve White While staying with the family recently on the Middle Fork of Feather River near Graeagl… Read more »
The family loves canoeing on the New River, VA | © Steve White Each year our family of five and another family of five whom we’ve known for years spend the 4th of July weekend on the New River at the Foster Falls campground in Virginia. It’s a truly wo… Read more »
As part of our fishing initiative supporting our work that improves fish habitat, American Rivers has been working with the American Museum of Fly Fishing (AMFF) in Manchester, Vermont. The museum is a wonderful resource for those who appreciate the hi… Read more »