Category Archives: Conservation
An updated assessment of Bristol Bay has been released by the Environmental Protection Agency. The summary and full draft are available to read and download via the EPA’s website, with public comments encouraged and welcomed through May 31. “Bristol Bay’s … more
Patagonia has beautiful land and incredible fisheries. Yet as this film short shows, conservation is key to keeping both alive.
With unanimous support, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission is moving forward with a proposal to make tarpon and bonefish catch-and-release-only fisheries. Read more in the press release below.
Dylan Tomine, author of the recently released “Closer to the Ground,” writes an open letter to the new Secretary of the Interior, Sally Jewell, upon her appointment. Touching on topics ranging from offshore drilling to sage grouse populations, Tomine’s words … more
California’s Merced River is in danger of being re-designated from its Wild and Scenic river status in order to raise a dam. Watch and make your voice heard.
Called “The Shark Lady” by Stephen Rodrick—as he accompanies Oxford-educated Ph.D. marine biologist Rachel Graham out for a day of her work tagging and tracking—it’s soon evident she’s someone to be taken seriously. Very seriously. Working as a tireless activist … more