River Management Society

RMS National Board of Directors

2021-2023 Officers 

 Meet our newly elected National Board of Directors! Thank you for voting, and please help us welcome our new leadership!


Southwest Chapter Paddling Trip announced for Oct. 9-11, 2020 on the Gunnison River in CO

It's time to enjoy the late summer/fall weather and the comradery of other River Management Society members on a float trip on the Gunnison River through the Dominguez/Escalante National Conservation Area! Please see the information below, and if interested, please contact Stuart Schneider at [email protected] or Rob White at [email protected].


RMS hosts Nolichucky River Gorge trip with Wild and Scenic River advocates, river managers

 Photo by Jack Henderson.

The Nolichucky River Gorge may be one step closer to earning Wild and Scenic River (WSR) designation following an August river trip with RMS members and Nolichucky WSR advocates. Attendees learned more about what a Wild & Scenic Nolichucky Gorge would look like and how it could benefit local communities and affect management decisions. They also discussed updates on the legislative status and where to go from here.


Welcome James Major, RMS’ new National Rivers Project Coordinator 

James Major, River Management Society National Rivers Project CoordinatorPlease welcome James Major to the River Management Society (RMS) team as the new National Rivers Project (NRP) Coordinator. James holds a Bachelor of Science in Geography from the University of Oregon as well as a Master of Science in Environmental Science and Policy from Northern Arizona University.

He is one of 25 students who have completed the RMS River Studies and Leadership Certificate (RSLC) since 2014 and has already experienced working with RMS through this program. His technical experience includes geographic information systems (GIS), Structure from Motion modeling and geospatial coding, and he is well-versed in Wild and Scenic Rivers history and policies.


RMS National Board of Directors Nominations due August 15


Dear RMS Members,

You are invited to become a leader in the River Management Society (RMS).  We are seeking members who would like to contribute in a leadership role to advance the RMS mission to support professionals who study, manage and protect rivers.  

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