Elizabeth "Beth" Brown

Director of Delaware River Watershed Program, Audubon Mid-Atlantic

Beth Brown serves as the Director of Audubon’s Delaware River Watershed Program, based in Philadelphia. In this role, Beth works to bring Audubon’s vision for a healthier watershed for birds and people to life by leading a team of technical and policy staff and by partnering with local Audubon chapters and state offices throughout the watershed.

Beth joined Audubon in 2019 and brings more than a decade of environmental experience to her position at Audubon. Her deep knowledge of conservation issues in the Delaware River watershed was gained through several years in private legal practice, legal and advocacy roles at the nonprofit Delaware Riverkeeper Network, and internships with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection. Most recently, she spent five years with Thomson Reuters, where she oversaw a suite of environmental and energy law news resources.

Beth holds a Bachelor of Science in biology from Muhlenberg College and a Juris Doctor degree from The George Washington University Law School.

Articles by Elizabeth "Beth" Brown

Northern Harrier. Doug German/Audubon Photography Awards
A Policy Agenda to Protect the Birds of the Delaware River Watershed
May 19, 2021 — Audubon focuses on funding and bipartisan engagement for clean, reliable water for birds and people.
Delaware River Watershed Sees Growing Congressional Support, Spelling Hope for Birds
January 19, 2021 — In the final days of 2020, Congress boosted funding for the crucial Delaware River Basin Restoration Program and critical regional conservation efforts.
Audubon’s Delaware River Watershed Program Takes Flight with Key Conservation Funding
October 09, 2020 — U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service program supports bird conservation in three critical regions of the watershed.