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Audrey moved from Quincy, California to complete her Recreation, Sport, and Tourism Management degree at the University of Idaho. Her love of rivers began when she started kayaking on the Feather River and has grown since moving to Idaho. She is one of the coordinators for IRR this year, which simply means reigning in Nate with all his crazy ideas.

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eric Riley

Owner, Swiftwater Safety Institute: Jackson, Wyoming

"Riley" grew up in Idaho and began a guiding career on the Payette River in 2002. He has since guided and worked professionally on 4 continents and 9 countries. Bringing a passionate team together to celebrate Idaho Rivers is a driving force behind the early vision of the IRR. Riley owns and operates the Swiftwater Safety Institute, and is committed to increasing the professionalism in the river guiding community. 

Audrey moved from Quincy, California to complete her Recreation, Sport, and Tourism Management degree at the University of Idaho. Her love of rivers began when she started kayaking on the Feather River and has grown since moving to Idaho. She is one of the coordinators for IRR this year, which simply means reigning in Nate with all his crazy ideas.

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Whitney Scroeder

Marketing and Communications Director, Element Grow. Moscow ID

Whitney Schroeder was lucky to be born and raised in Idaho, enjoying its incredible rivers from a young age. She is currently wrapping up a Master’s degree in Public Administration from the University of Idaho. She is primarily 1 part Executive Director, 1 part Marketing and Communications Director, 2 parts nerd, and 3 parts lover of animals and outdoors (especially time on river and climbing of rocks). Too many parts?

Audrey moved from Quincy, California to complete her Recreation, Sport, and Tourism Management degree at the University of Idaho. Her love of rivers began when she started kayaking on the Feather River and has grown since moving to Idaho. She is one of the coordinators for IRR this year, which simply means reigning in Nate with all his crazy ideas.

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NAte Moody

Outdoor Program Coordinator, University of Idaho. Moscow ID

'Moody' hails from Twin Falls, Idaho and has followed seasonal rounds of life along the rivers of Idaho for 16 years as a guide and student of place. His work with the University of Idaho 's Outdoor Program focuses on experiential education to cultivate stewardship of self, others, and where we are. He and his wife are currently working on convincing their cat Banjo Higgins to go rafting. Results are pending.

Audrey moved from Quincy, California to complete her Recreation, Sport, and Tourism Management degree at the University of Idaho. Her love of rivers began when she started kayaking on the Feather River and has grown since moving to Idaho. She is one of the coordinators for IRR this year, which simply means reigning in Nate with all his crazy ideas.

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Audrey Murray

Customer Experience Specialist

Northwest River Supplies

Moscow, ID

Audrey instantly fell in love with Idaho's rivers after moving here from Quincy, California to complete her Recreation, Sport, and Tourism Management degree at the University of Idaho. Her passion for rivers began when she started kayaking on the Feather River and hasn't stopped growing since. She is excited to be one of the coordinators for IRR this year, which primarily means reigning in Nate with all his ambitious ideas. You will most likely see her in one of her many ridiculous costumes.

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The Idaho River Rendezvous (IRR) is a forum for professional development in the Idaho River Community.  This annual event is dedicated to the health, education, and sustainability of Idaho recreational river communities including river guides, outfitters, river managers, non-profits, and recreational river users. 

 

The 2020 Rendezvous will be held in Stanley, ID.  The weekend will focus on topics related to our theme of Idaho Rivers: Purpose and Passion.  An underlying goal of the Rendezvous is to unite a diverse group of river users across common themes vital to community stability including river safety, conservation, and individual health.  The Rendezvous will also host a free health and wellness fair presented by the Redside Foundation.  The fair will include opportunities for wellness exams, skin cancer screenings, and physical therapy consultations, as well as opportunities, to meet with career counseling professionals, financial planners, and legal specialists.  Rendezvous participants will also be invited to sign up for affordable Wilderness First Aid and Swiftwater Rescue Training courses to be held in conjunction with IRR '20. 

 

The Idaho River Rendezvous is brought to you by passionate Idaho river guides and outfitters, the Redside Foundation, and other river users who see value in supporting and sustaining the Idaho River Community.  Please plan to join us in Stanley for the 2020 IRR! 

 

If you would like to help sponsor the event, please contact Eric Riley at idahoriverrendezvous@gmail.com or (307) 200-1959.

How to help

Donate here!