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River Management Society

Deadline for RMS Awards nominations extended to Feb. 12

Okay, you've convinced us to provide just a bit more time for you to nominate an awesome colleague who deservers recognition.  You've got until Abe's birthday, February 12th.

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2020 Year in Review with RMS

In an extremely challenging year, RMS worked together with members and partners to deliver even higher quality resources, guidance, and opportunities for collaboration nationwide. Despite COVID, surging numbers of new river users, river closures, and new and changing protocols, our network of river managers proved itself even more essential.

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Helen Clough receives Jackie Diedrich Wild and Scenic Rivers Leadership Award

Helen Clough WSR Jackie Diedrich Wild and Scenic Rivers Leadership Award 2020

The River Management Society (RMS) is thrilled to congratulate our incredible RMS Secretary Helen Clough on reception of the Jackie Diedrich Wild and Scenic Rivers (WSR) Leadership Award from the Interagency Wild and Scenic Rivers Coordinating Council (IWSRCC) on December 17, 2020.

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RSLC Students: Register for mock interviews by Feb. 15

Mock interviews with River Professionals

The RMS River Training Center has coordinated a mock interview opportunity for River Studies and Leadership Certificate students to build interviewing skills and confidence as they prepare to enter the workforce and (hopefully!) land their dream jobs! To participate, students should request the online application form from their advisors and submit the form by January 15. 

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What makes a boating access work (or not)?

New report highlights 269 good, bad and unusual examples

This purpose-built kayak ramp at Awendaw Creek Canoe Launch in South Carolina provides staging room for several boats, leaving the small dock (with launch assist mechanism) free for active launches.

Confluence Research and Consulting has released a report highlighting examples of 269 boat launches from a wide range of locations, geographic settings, amounts and kinds of use, and types of facilities. “The Good, the Bad and the Unusual: What Makes a Boating Access Work (or Not)?” is the first of its kind and the first iteration of a national river access database.

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