When the Pebble Limited Partnership hires the Colorado-based Keystone Center to review the proposed Pebble Mine and the EPA’s Bristol Bay Watershed Assessment, “there is reason to be skeptical,” writes Joel Reynolds on Switchboard.
Josh Mills passes the torch, teaching friend Ryan to Spey cast. And even after a fishless day on the river, it’s never wasted, and in the end is a “complete success” when the student asks the teacher, “Want to go next weekend?”
The newest member of the Homeland Security team is a biomimetic fish, a tuna that patrols underwater. “We’re using nature as a basis for design and engineering a system that works exceedingly well.” says David Taylor, BIOSwimmer program manager.