River and Guide Log

Outfitters

Los Rios River Runners,  Taos, New Mexico: 1999-2001, 2003, 2009, 2017

Rios Tropicales, Costa Rica: 2008

Leadership Education Adventure Program (LEAP),  Arcata, CA: 2007-2008

Disabled Adventure Outfitters (DAO), Arcata, CA: 2006-2008

Redwood Coast Institute (RCI),  Arcata, CA: 2006

Zephyr Whitewater, Columbia, CA: 2005

Guias de Torla, Spain: 2004

OARS   Flagstaff, Arizona: 2003

RainForest World Eco-Adventures, Turrialba, Costa Rica: 2001-2002

International Rivers of guiding, research, and/or advocacy work

Tarn -France

Ara, Esera, Gallego – Spain

Qingzhu, and others – China

Tocantins, Amazon Basin- Brazil

Papagayo, Pescados, Santiago – Mexico

Pacuare, Reventazon, Savegre, Naranjo, Sarapiqui, Pejibaye, Toro, Terraba/Diquís, and others – Costa Rica

Domestic Rivers of guiding, research, and/or advocacy work

White Salmon – Washington

Missisquoi & Trout – Vermont

Chattooga -South Carolina /Georgia

Three Forks of the Flathead – Montana

Rio Grande, Chama, Red River, Gila -New Mexico

Yampa/Green, Desolation Canyon, San Juan – Utah

Colorado River, Fossil Creek, Verde, San Juan -Arizona

McKenzie, Willamette, Deschutes, Rogue, Umpqua, and others – Oregon

Selway, Lochsa, Middle Fork, Main Salmon, South Fork Salmon, and others -Idaho

Yampa, Arkansas, Boulder Creek, 10 Mile, Animas, Piedra, and others – Colorado

Salmon, Trinity, Smith, Klamath, Merced, Tuolumne, Kings, Truckee, East Fork Carson, and others – California/Nevada