River Network peer groups are designed and facilitated to strengthen bonds between groups and leaders, increase knowledge and skills needed to address key issues, create alignment on shared value propositions and, when feasible, help the network take collective action. Members of River Network are encouraged to participate in one or multiple peer groups.
Not a River Network member? Become a member of River Network today to participate in a peer group!
Federal Water Policy Update
Stay up-to-date on key federal policy issues and join with other local and statewide water protection groups on monthly Water Policy Update and Exchange calls.
Katherine Baer, Director of Science & Policy
Urban Waters Learning Network
A partnership between River Network and Groundwork USA, the Urban Waters Learning Network serves as a peer-to-peer network of people and organizations that share practical on-the-ground experiences in order to improve urban waterways and revitalize the neighborhoods around them.
Quarterly e-newsletter and ongoing online peer communication system
Diana Toledo, Leadership Development Director
Southeast River Flows Peer Learning Network
The Southeast River Flows Peer Learning Network (Flows Network) is collaborative effort to protect river flows in the southeast.
The Flows Network provides a platform where community-based river and conservation groups learn from each other and other experts, leverage their skills and efforts, create new alliances, spark innovative and collaborative approaches, and work together to break through the barriers encountered in protecting river flows.
April Ingle, Science & Policy Manager
Statewide and Regional Network Leaders
Connect with other leaders and staff of statewide and regional network organizations to discuss the opportunities and challenges of working to protect water at the state and/or regional level.
Brenna Goggin, Leadership Development Manager
Colorado River Basin Water Transactions Network
Connect with individuals and organizations who are promoting and supporting water transactions to foster a more sustainable Colorado River.
Nicole Seltzer, Science & Policy Manager