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Nathan Boyer-Rechlin

Western Rivers Program Specialist

Nathan has a passion for water management that balances the needs of healthy rivers and their riparian habitats with healthy communities. He comes to Audubon Rockies with a deep breadth of skills in river ecology and western water policy, partnership development, as well as experience with stream assessments, project management, and community outreach, education, and engagement in Colorado. After receiving his bachelor's degree in biology from Principia College, Nathan worked for federal and state agencies monitoring the health of freshwater and marine ecosystems, and in the nonprofit sector as an environmental educator. Prior to joining Audubon, Nathan completed his master's degree in environmental and natural resources policy at the University of Colorado Boulder, where he studied Western water law and policy. When not advocating for Western rivers, you can find him thoroughly exploring the entire water cycle—from backcountry skiing in Rocky Mountain National Park during the winter months, to riding the spring runoff in his kayak, and fly fishing in the fall.