River Management Society

2023 River Management Award Winners

The River Management Society (RMS) congratulates winners of its 2023 River Management Awards, individuals whose achievements and leadership among river professionals inspire us. These honors, open to both members and non-members, represent the highest form of peer appreciation. Nominations are submitted by individuals from the river management community, and the selections are made by the RMS Awards Committee, led by the National Secretary. 


Northeastern State University offers new pathway to river-based careers

Students passionate about river science, recreation and conservation at Northeastern State University are one step closer to landing their dream river careers.


2023 Wild and Scenic River Training Series

Join us for a six-part Wild and Scenic River Training Series from January through June 2023! This series is designed to be participant-centered, include active discussion of Wild & Scenic River (WSR) related topics, and to empower participants to connect with colleagues throughout the learning series. Our goal is for you to leave the sessions better equipped to engage in WSR planning, monitoring and decision-making processes.


Steve DiCicco receives 2022 NW Chapter River Ranger Award

We are excited to announce that Steve DiCicco has been chosen as the recipient of the first RMS NW Chapter River Ranger Award in 2022! Steve DiCicco is an amazing boatman with over 20 years of boating skills and has been working as a river ranger for the past six years on the Wild & Scenic lower Rogue River system with the Rogue River – Siskiyou Forest Service, which also includes some oversight of the W&S Illinois and Chetco Rivers. He has worked alongside BLM Rogue River Ranger crew members and this season he’s been a one-man show for the Forest Service on the lower Rogue River. 


Examples of Durable Freshwater Protection Capacity-Building Efforts Catalogued in New Global Database

The River Management Society (RMS) is proud to share its recently completed landscape analysis cataloguing freshwater protection capacity-building resources for river and watershed managers and advocates around the world. This first-of-its kind database was prepared with tremendous support and input from members of the Durable Rivers Protection Coalition (DRPC) and was prepared with direction from The Nature Conservancy (TNC) on behalf of the DRPC.

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