Alison M. Jones:Press
Book: The Raritan River
NWNL visits Belle River
Interview: Ray Gardner of the Chinook Nation
Conservation: Alison Jones & NWNL
Artist Spotlight: Alison M. Jones
“Dinner” Photo Exhibit
The Gifts of Gaia
3 Generations on Omo
NYC Sierra Club
Env. Photographer of the Year 2010
Alison Jones Interview
Shooting For Conservation
Our National Parks
Arbor Day Lecture
Arbor Day Inspiration
Exhibit in Boston
Photography as a Tool for Conservation
Alison Jones Profile
A Golden Path for Ghana
Focus on photo opportunity
Alison Jones accepted into ASMP
Peru: A Photographer’s Journal
About Alison M. Jones Photography
No Water No Life
The Raritan River – Our Landscape, Our Legacy
includes several NWNL images by Alison M. Jones. Rutgers University Press, January, 2015.
No Water No Life visits Belle River
on the Lower Mississippi River expedition.Teche News, St. Martinville, LA, Sept. 24, 2014.
Interview with Ray Gardner, Chair of the Chinook Nation, by Alison M. Jones.
Terralingua Langscape, Winter, 2013.
Conservation Column features Alison M. Jones
and No Water No Life, By Ginny Michaux.The Explorers Log, Fall 2011.
Artist Spotlight: Alison M. Jones,
interview by kmcletchie.African Rainforest Conservancy, Aug. 25, 2011.
New book catalogs the “Dinner” photo exhibit,
Umbrella Arts Gallery, NYC, May – June 2011.
The Gifts of Gaia
by Amy Gulick quotes Alison’s No Water No Life mission.
NANPA Currents, Spring 2011.
Three Generations on the Omo
This image by Alison Jones is one of the top 250 photographs in NANPA’s 2011 Showcase competition.
Alison Jones at NYC Sierra ClubNYC Sierra Club Photo Committee Newsletter, November/December 2010.
Environmental Photographer of the Year 2010
New book showcases the very best in environmental photography
The Fine Art of Watershed Protection:An Interview with Alison Jones,by Lori Pottinger. World Rivers Review, March, 2010.
Shooting For Conservation,
Exciting possibilities in conservation photographyby Ethan G. Salwen. Photos by Alison M. Jones. Currents, Fall, 2009.
Our National Parks: America’s Natural Heritage,book published by iLCP, honors our 58 U.S. National Parks.
Arbor Day Speech to Third Graders,by Michelle Regan. Hunterdon Review, April 22, 2009. Conservation photographer Alison M. Jones was the keynote speaker at Tewksbury Elementary School’s third grade annual Arbor Day ceremony.
Arbor Day Lecture for NJ Students.The Hunterdon County Democrat, April 23, 2009.
“Blow-Up” Exhibit in Boston features images by Alison Jones,by Cate McQuaid. Boston Globe, August 6, 2008.
Video-ing the Yazoo-Mississippi Delta: Barefoot In The Delta, by Cheree Franco. The Jackson Free Press, April 2, 2008.
Photographer shooting length of the Columbia, by Raymond Masleck. Interview of Alison M. Jones. Trail Daily Times, Canada, June 19, 2007.
An Eye to Conservation: A Photographer’s Credo by Alison M. Jones. Social Register Observer, Winter 2006.
Alumna profile of Alison JonesThe Masters School Bulletin, Spring/Summer 2005.
Rivertalk: A Poetry Anthology. Cover photos by Alison M. Jones. Rivertalk, Ojai, California, 2000 and 2002.
A Golden Path for Ghana by Alison M. Jones.TechnoServe World, Summer 2001.
A Visual Anthropology With Alison Jones by Nella Principe-Nelson. Photographer’s Forum, Summer 2001.
Focus on photo opportunity profile of Alison M. Jones.Santa Barbara News-Press, August 26, 2000.
Alison Jones accepted into ASMP(American Society of Media Photographers).Coastal View News, August 3, 2000.
Peru: A Photographer’s Journal by Alison M. Jones.TechnoServe Connections, Fall 1999.