Little River Wetlands Project announced the appointment of Amy Silva as its new executive director. Silva will oversee Little River’s wetlands restoration and protection work, as well as its environmental education programs.
Silva previously was superintendent of Allen County Parks and was one of the founding board members of the NIPSCO Environmental Challenge Fund.
A nonprofit land trust, Little River Wetlands Project restores and protects wetlands in the watershed of the Little River, a tributary of the Wabash River.
Little River’s project area encompasses more than 140,000 acres in Allen and Huntington counties, and the organization owns and manages Eagle Marsh, Arrowhead Prairie, and Arrowhead Marsh, and co-owns Little River Landing.