RiverSpeak is devoted to inspire and inform river conservation. We explore rivers by telling the stories of people that would save them.
Marie Walter: A First Christmas in 1887 on the Medveditsa River
Have you ever asked yourself, “How did I get here?”Hi. I’m Dave Koehler and this is a special Christmas edition of RiverSpeak Podcast. There are a couple of things that make this a special episode beyond it being a Christmas edition. It’s the story of...
Lori Faeth: Conservation on Capitol Hill
In this episode, we hear from Lori Faeth, Government Relations Director of the Land Trust Alliance. Lori’s story takes us to Capitol Hill and the halls of Congress where she is a voice for those working in land and water conservation. We’ll learn about...
Sinjin Eberle: Giving Voice to American Rivers
In this episode of RiverSpeak Podcast, we hear from Sinjin Eberle, Communications Director of American Rivers. Sinjin grew up running rivers in Colorado and the Southwest. We’ll learn about the San Juan River and the important role it’s played in...
Ed Roberson: Arkansas River in Colorado
Ed Roberson is Conservation Director with Palmer Land Trust and Creator and Host of Mountain & Prairie podcast. Through Ed's story we discover the Arkansas River in Colorado. As you’ll hear in his voice, Ed loves the American West. We’ll learn how...
Risa Shimoda: River Choreography
Prepare to get wet.In this episode, we hear from Risa Shimoda, executive director of the River Management Society and Chair of USA Freestyle Kayaking and International Whitewater Hall of Fame. Risa's story begins with her passion for dance and...
Kristina Ortez: Rio Fernando de Taos
“Querencia,” is a word used by the people of Taos and northern New Mexico to describe their sense of rootedness in place.In this episode, we hear from Kristina Ortez, executive director of the Taos Land Trust. While working in Indonesia about twenty...
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Great podcast for nature and story lovers
This is a wonderful listen. Dave Koehler’s voice is so soothing and his guests are so knowledgable. I learn something new from each episode about rivers, history, conservation and community. Give it a listen!