Theodore Gordon and Catskill Hemlocks

“Gordon was something of a recluse. He moved from the big city to escape the cacophony of modern life to a small cabin on the Neversink River where he lived until succumbing to tuberculosis.” Gregory Rummo talks about Theodore Gordon, the American Civil War’s impact on Catskills brook trout, and how modern “water lords” are determining the fate of rivers. On NorthJersey.com.

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