Category Archives: Conservation
Over two thousand acres of state-owned land in the Au Sable “Holy Waters” corridor is in danger from groundwater withdrawals operated by the fracking company EnCana. Anglers of the Au Sable along with a coalition of other like-minded groups are … more
The so called “Water Rights Protection Act” is misleading, says American Rivers, and over 60 conservation and sporting groups concur. If passed, this legislation could have serious impacts for anglers and access to public land and water. Read more in … more
After Idaho’s Elk Complex fire, streamside vegetation on the area’s rivers needed some help. In this film short Wes Atkinson shows the hard work done as well as its result.
Digital maps for mobile applications on Android and iOS devices are now available from the U.S. Forest Service. “By putting important forest information right at your fingertips, it will encourage more Americans to get outside and explore their forests.” says … more
With returning numbers of King Salmon dropping steadily, some watersheds are seeing their lowest returns ever. This film short for an upcoming documentary from Fly Out Media shows some hope on the horizon for the legendary Alaskan species.
Despite increased awareness, care, and legislation, over-fishing continues to devastate ocean fish populations. This documentary presents an engaging look at what’s at stake.
This documentary about the Skeena River drainage, “the last bastion of wild steelhead,” examines the growing risks presented by energy development and their impact on this diverse ecosystem and wilderness.