Owen Lammers, Executive Director
Prior to joining Living Rivers, Mr. Lammers served as executive director and
vice president of International Rivers Network (IRN). During that time he led
the development of IRN into the world's leading river advocacy organization.
John Weisheit, Conservation Director
Mr. Weisheit has a long history of advocacy for rivers in the Southwest,
both from a natural history perspective and as a leader in the outdoor
industry. He serves on the boards of Utah Guides and Outfitters,
Colorado Plateau River Guides, Headwaters Institute and the Sierra
Club Glen Canyon Group. With two co-authors, John has written a
book called Cataract Canyon: A Human and Environmental History
of the Rivers in Canyonlands. The Waterkeeper Alliance designated
John as your Colorado Riverkeeper in October of 2002.
Dave Haskell, Policy Director
Mr. Haskell spent 33 year with the National Park Service, during
which he served as the acting Chief of Natural Resources for the
NPS in Washington D.C. and as the Science Center Director for Grand
Canyon National Park. He was presented with the Directors Award
for excellence in Resource Stewardship, the Mr. Haskell is also
a professional artist.
Eleanor Inskip, Program Director
Ms. Inskip spent 16 years with Canyonlands Natural History Association,
six as it's executive director. She's an award-winning writer: among
her works is "The
Colorado River through Glen Canyon before Lake Powell" the
first of the new genera of books to document through photography
what was submerged behind Glen Canyon Dam. Ms. Inskip has a degree
in economics from the University of Utah.
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Last Update: August 6, 2004