Category Archives: Conservation
Costa’s “Kick Plastic” campaign aims to educate consumers about the growing problem of trash in the oceans. This film features a sculpture of a jumping marlin made entirely out of washed up beach trash, commissioned by Costa to further awareness. …
Drought in the Pacific Northwest is threatening not only salmon runs, but also the culture of Native American tribes who depend on salmon for food and traditional ceremonies. Via The Washington Post. Atlantic sturgeon are one of the oldest fish species, dating … more
A recent study and report from the Roaring Fork Conservancy and Colorado State University highlights the importance of fly fishing in communities surrounding the Fryingpan River. Read more in the press release below.
In a recent statement, the Bonefish and Tarpon Trust is asking anglers to support a revised approach to creating a comprehensive conservation and management plan for the Bahamas bonefish fishery. Read more in the press release below.
The American Fly Fishing Trade Association has released a statement regarding their position on global climate change. Read more in the press release below.
“Perhaps nowhere else on the planet could fishing incite heated international debate,” Sarah Grigg writes. “But in the Bahamas, where silver scales translate to serious capital, the first-ever proposal of recreational fishing regulations has incited a volatile reaction among domestic … more
The Wild Fish Conservancy and the Center for Environmental Law & Policy have released a 60-day Notice of Intent to sue to the United States Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) for violations of the Clean Water Act at the Leavenworth National … more
The U.S Forest Service and the Bureau of Land Management have established a temporary ban on new mining claims that will protect the threatened wild and scenic Illinois, Rogue and Smith rivers, and their tributaries. Read more in the press … more
Decades of destructive logging, mining, and development practices have left B.C.’s temperate rainforests struggling. This film features wildlife that are impacted, including wild salmon. Via Mark Wyatt and the Central Westcoast Forest Society.