Renowned singer/songwriter, author, river activist and Friend of Entrada Katie Lee passed away recently. In her memoir, All My Rivers Are Gone, Lee recounted her adventures on Glen Canyon during a time when that stretch of the Colorado River was little known. Since the flooding of that stretch of the Colorado River in the 1960s, she remained a fierce advocate of preserving wild rivers and open spaces. Katie spoke at several Entrada Institute sponsored events and received the Entrada Institute’s Ward Roylance Award in 2003. She will be missed. To learn more about her life and death, go to her website at