River Management Society

Utah State University, University of Montana Western Offer New Pathway to River Careers

River Management Society partners with institutions to offer River Studies and Leadership Certificate

The River Management Society (RMS) is excited to announce two new partnerships with University Montana Western (UMW) and Utah State University (USU) benefitting students who are passionate about river science, recreation, and conservation. The institutions now offer the River Studies and Leadership Certificate (RSLC) to undergraduate students at UMW and to both undergraduate and graduate students at USU, bringing them one step closer to landing their dream river careers.


2022 Career Prep Discussion Series

From September through November, the RMS River Training Center will host a four-part discussion series to help introduce and prepare students for success in river management careers. We graciously thank the river management professionals who have contributed to planning and who will be sharing their wisdom as panelists!


Certificate Recipients Aim to Make a Splash in Water Conservation, Environmental Justice

River Management Society presents 2022 River Studies and Leadership Certificates

The River Management Society (RMS) recently announced its 2022 River Studies and Leadership Certificate (RSLC) recipients: Virginia Commonwealth University graduate Sensairanay Duty-Stone of Richmond, Virginia, and Colorado Mesa University’s first RSLC recipient Sierra Lucero of Montrose, Colorado. This certificate, unique to RSLC institutions, is awarded upon completion of interdisciplinary coursework and a field-based practicum in river-based science, policy, conservation, education and recreation.


Ohio River Basin Restoration Plan Listening Sessions

Ohio River Basin Alliance

Please consider attending a listening session to help shape a regional plan to address water pollution issues and drinking water contamination in the 14-state Ohio River region.

The National Wildlife Federation, Ohio River Basin Alliance, and partners in the 14-state Ohio River region are hosting a series of listening sessions this summer to get community input into a regional plan to restore and protect the Ohio River, its tributaries, and surrounding habitat in Alabama, Georgia, Kentucky, Illinois, Indiana, Maryland, Mississippi, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Virginia and West Virginia. 


Release Announced - A Guide for Multiple Use Waterway Management, Third Edition

The National Association of State Boating Law Administrators (NASBLA) is pleased to announce the release of A Guide for Multiple Use Waterway Management, Third Edition. Download a free copy of the 154-page, full color Guide here.

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