Field studies have a rich history in higher education with effective active learning pedagogy that immerses students in the environment, helping to transform them into the next generation of scientists.
Luke Ward is another of our 2022 cohort of River Field Studies Scholars and alum of the recent Rogue River Rendezvous last Fall. As a human geographer trained in the multidisciplinary field of political ecology, Luke understands local instances of environmental change to be rooted to local- reg... Read More
Please join us for a free screening of 'River of Return' and panel featuring @river.newe for RVA Environmental Film Festival Follow Jessica and Sammy Matsaw, Shoshone-Bannock tribal members and co-founders of River Newe, as they share their story about hope, resilience and resurgence, and... Read More
Weds - 9 Feb - 9 am PT/12 ET The U.S. WILD AND SCENIC RIVERS COALTION & INTERNATIONAL DURABLE RIVER PROTECTION COALITION PRESENT: Rights of Rivers: Understanding an Emerging Policy to Protect Riverine Ecosystems This webinar featuring (from left) Grant Wilso... Read More
River guides aren’t just aquatic athletes and tourism specialists. They’re contributors to scientific knowledge, important figures to both western science and traditional indigenous knowledge. Listen in to learn about the connections between river guides, science, and conservation. Peopl... Read More