Category Archives: Conservation
In a recent piece on Patagonia’s The Cleanest Line blog, Dylan Tomine writes about floating the Elwha River for the first time after the removal of the Glines Canyon Dam, seeing a free river and renewed salmon fishery.
This short documentary narrated by Robert Redford tells the story of the hard work of returning historic flows to the Colorado River—and for the first time in 50 years, watching the river flow to its delta.
Representatives from the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership recently spoke before the Senate on behalf of outdoor industries and the importance of conservation for a healthy economy. “While recreational activities like hunting and fishing might appear to be expendable or mere … more
In this short documentary, First Nations, fishermen, conservationists, and other experts join together to explain how we can save wild Pacific salmon by changing the way we fish.
Wild fish advocates are pushing for low-flow closures on California’s drought-stricken Gualala River to protect salmon and steelhead. Please take time to comment on the proposed regulatory changes now through August 7, 2014. Read more in the press release below.
Lake Ontario once held a thriving population of Atlantic salmon. However, due to overfishing and environmental degradation we lost them. A new proposed documentary, “The Forgotten Salmon,” will tell the history and continued story of this unique species, including what …
“Project Permit” is a joint effort between Bonefish and Tarpon Trust and Costa Sunglasses to address challenges facing the permit species. The new catch and recapture data will inform researchers on permit movements in Florida waters and help to inform …