Category Archives: Conservation
80% of seagrass in the Everglades has now been lost. This film from Yeti features what fishing guides and Captains for Clean Water are doing about it.
Vail Valley Anglers has announced that it is the first fly fishing shop and guide service in the Colorado Rocky Mountains to be certified “Actively Green” by the Walking Mountains Science Center. Read more in the press release below.
Montana writers have come together to create original essays and testimonies in support of public lands. Featured contributors include: Tom McGuane, Doug Peacock, David Quaamen, Rick Bass, and Miles Nolte, among many others. The essays are available to read at We … more
Conservation Hawks has recently released their new angling and climate change film, CONVERGENCE. The film examines the moral responsibility of anglers to work to fight the effects of climate change for future generations. Read more in the press release below.
Tippets: EPA Reaches Deal with Pebble Partnership, National Monuments Under Review, Seafood Watch Downgrades Wild Steelhead
The fight to protect Bristol Bay is more important than ever, as it has been announced that the Environmental Protection Agency has settled a lawsuit with the Pebble Limited Partnership, enabling the company to move forward and apply for a … more
This film from the Native Fish Society tells the story of three River Stewards who worked with their rural Oregon communities to protect public lands, wild rivers and native fish from three proposed strip mines.
Hybridization has become more prevalent between fish species in the U.S. West. A new study from the U.S. Geological Survey and partners examines what that means for native trout. “These interactions are being enhanced by legacy introductions and climate change, … more
Environmental watchdog group Green Globe has recognized Turneffe Flats resort for its sustainable operation. “The eco-tourism resort has worked to be a model off-the-grid green enterprise,” says Green Globe, “and has developed many innovative ways to combine top-notch service with minimal … more
Tippets: Review of National Monument Designations, Sea Lions and Steelhead, Kenai Peninsula Dam Will Not Move Forward
President Donald Trump has announced an order to review all national monument designations made in the past 21 years, including Utah’s Bears Ears National Monument as well as Grand Staircase. “Utah’s national monuments are our first line of defense against the … more
Tippets: Lower Deschutes Water Quality Report, Climate Change and Cutthroat Trout, Native Fish Reintroduction in Idaho Raises Concerns
The Deschutes River Alliance recently published their 2016 Lower Deschutes Water Quality Report, including details about how the Round Butte Dam is affecting the lower Deschutes. The dam was intended “to return the lower river to pre-dam conditions and create … more