Category Archives: Conservation
This short film, the first in the Wild Fish Video Journal Series from the Wild Fish Conservancy and North Fork Studios, tells the story of Montana’s groundbreaking decision to in 1974 put an end to stocking trout in streams and …
Commercial fishermen Ed and Cindi John discuss the impacts they see on fisheries from climate change in this short film from Jason B. Kohl and Nora Mandray.
A bill moving through New Mexico legislature would restrict access to rivers and streams that cross over private property. Voice your support for public access by contacting New Mexico Governor Susana Martinez and tell her to veto SB 226.
The Native Fish Society has announced Erica Stock as the organization’s new executive director. “Erica’s passion for wild, native fish, understanding of the science that guides our efforts, and experience growing grassroots networks, will be a huge asset to Native … more
A growing coalition of more than 1,200 conservation-minded groups urged congressional leaders to enact a 2-percent increase in funding for conservation, outdoors and historic preservation programs for fiscal year 2016. Read more in the press release below.
This short film chronicles the journey of fly fishermen who travel to Alaska’s Chuitna Watershed to fight against the proposed Chuitna Coal Mine that threatens the Chuitna salmon runs.
Colorado Trout Unlimited will host its annual annual River Stewardship Gala on March 13, 2015 at the Arvada Center. The event helps to raise funds for conservation and restoration projects statewide. Read more in the press release below.
Now in its fifth year, the annual Surface Film photo show will take place Friday, February 27, 2015 at Anthology Fine Art in Denver, CO. The event is organized by The Greenbacks of Colorado Trout Unlimited, and photo prints will … more