Water is our most precious resource. We must manage our watersheds in a way that distributes water in ways that are effective, sustainable and fair to farmers, fish, families and future generations.
Much of my work currently is with non-profit groups who work collaboratively with regional stakeholders to ensure the longevity and health of the Deschutes River. My job is to translate "the science" into a digestible version that anyone interested could understand. By educating citizens, donors, legislators, recreational users, and future generations, we create river stewards and advocates who will speak and work for a clean, healthy watershed.