River Management Society

Video Chronicles Florida Community's Success Protecting Wekiva River

Southeast’s first Partnership Wild and Scenic River

The National Park Service (NPS) and River Management Society (RMS) have produced a video “Designating the Wekiva Wild & Scenic River System: Florida's First Partnership Wild and Scenic River” which celebrates the Wekiva River System, the first Partnership Wild and Scenic River (PWSR) in the Southeastern US.


Oregon River Trip Planning Just Got Easier

Updated National Rivers Project Improves First-stop Experience

Oregon river information is now more accessible than ever on the National Rivers Project’s recreational river map. In collaboration with the Bureau of Land Management, the River Management Society recently added or updated over 1,000 miles of Oregon rivers to the NRP website. This includes nearly 700 miles of Wild and Scenic Rivers, iconic whitewater reaches, and beginner-friendly sections.


Registration open for Hydropower Insights: Exploring Projects, Energy Markets, and Licensing Trends

March - April 2024 webinar series

Building on the foundation laid by the Hydropower Licensing 101 Toolkit (published in 2023 by the River Management Society, National Park Service and Hydropower Reform Coalition), this four-part series is designed to address the gaps in available resources for hydropower practitioners seeking an understanding of various aspects of hydropower projects and the licensing process.


Nominations for 2024 RMS Awards due March 1, 2024

Learn more about each award category below and nominate a deserving colleague by March 1, 2024. With questions, please reach out to the RMS Awards committee by emailing Board Secretary Helen Clough at hcloughak [at] gmail.com. Learn more and nominate on the RMS Awards web page.


Registration open for 2024 Wild and Scenic River Training Series

Join us for an immersive and collaborative training series that enhances your Wild and Scenic Rivers expertise! This series, designed for professionals engaged with WSRs, isn't just about learning—it's about fostering a community of practice. We aim to educate individuals working directly or indirectly with Wild and Scenic Rivers and equip them with practical skills, strategies, and insights to optimize their roles. Expect more than passive learning; anticipate engaging discussions, interactive elements, and opportunities to connect with like-minded professionals. Dive into the world of Wild and Scenic Rivers, learning practical skills that streamline your work and elevate your contribution to protecting and enhancing these resources.

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