A fond farewell to Kim Heinemeyer

Round River’s Conservation Science Leader, Kimberly Heinemeyer, has resigned after 24 years of exemplary service and accomplishments. Kim provided direction and assistance to Round River’s work in Canada including the Great Bear Coast Information Team Ecosystem Spatial Analysis, Taku River Tlingit Land Use Plan, Muskwa-Kechika Management Area Conservation Design, Southern Lakes Initiative, Yukon North Slope…

Mariel Ferragamo, Botswana ’19

Mariel Ferragamo Botswana ’19 Mariel was a student in the 2019 Botswana program, and continues to work on sub-Saharan African issues from Washington, DC. After returning from Botswana, her interest in politics and the environment on the African continent led her to explore these issues further. She is now the communications lead and podcast producer for…

T’akú Tlatsini IPCA

T’akú Tlatsini (Places that Make Us Strong) Indigenous Protected and Conserved Area Round River is excited to share news of a major conservation advancement for the Taku River Tlingit First Nation, with the announcement of an Indigenous Protected and Conserved Area (IPCA). Round River first met with the Taku River Tlingit First Nation in 1998. At…

David Moscow, Mexican Wolf ’94

David MoscowRound River Mexican Wolf ’94 David first read the works of Rick Bass, Barry Lopez, and Aldo Leopold by head lamp on the Blue River in Arizona as a student on Round River’s Mexican Wolf program. They opened his mind to the adventure of nature writing. David has since looked to marry his love of the outdoors to his…