Category Archives: Conservation
Front Range Anglers has announced that Dr. Jerry Ault will join the upcoming Belize Tarpon Tagging Expedition, and help to lead scientific field research and data gathering. Read more in the press release below.
Registration for the annual Green River One Fly is now open for the competition set to be held September 18-19, 2014, with benefits going to help conservation projects in the state. Read more in the press release below.
An unlikely coalition of partners in Nevada (including miners, ranchers, government agencies, conservation groups) are working to restore habitat for native Lahontan Trout, which presently occupy only eight to nine percent of their historic stream range and less than one … more
In a huge win for wild fish, hatchery programs approved by the National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) that plan to release over 7.5 million hatchery raised fish into the Elwha River, have been ruled a violation of the National Environmental … more
The gates at Morelos Dam on the Mexico-Arizona border were opened on Sunday March 23, allowing water to flow into the Colorado River Delta for the first time in over fifty years. “It took a long time for the institutions … more
The so-called “Water Rights Protection Act,” H.R. 3189, is bad news for the nation’s rivers, says the conservation group America Rivers. The bill “puts the interests of the oil and gas industry, corporate agriculture, and other private interests over the … more
In a news conference today the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and U.S. Army Corp of engineers jointly proposed a rule change that should help clarify protections provided by the Clean Water Act to isolated wetlands and intermittent and ephemeral streams. As … more