Category Archives: Conservation
The Bonefish & Tarpon Trust has announced their search for a membership and communications coordinator, a position that is responsible for managing and growing BTT’s membership program and supporting BTT’s communications efforts. Read more in the press release below.
This short film features the restoration work being done on California’s Eel River. Via CalTrout.
The Bonefish & Tarpon Trust has announced their search for a marketing manager, a position that will help to strategically plan and execute BTT’s marketing, public relations and communications efforts. Read more in the press release below.
Tippets: Florida Seagrass, Most Endangered Rivers, Boulder River Access, Help for Lahontan Cutthroat Trout, Maine Brook Trout Survey
In the Florida Bay seagrass is dying at a rate unseen since the 1980s. The problem, ecologists say, is mainly due to the diversion of the natural flow of fresh water to protect sugar cane farms and other property. Via Phys.org. … more
This short film from Brothers on the Fly examines the state of conservation in Iceland.
This trailer outlines the threats posed by a hydroelectric dam on Alaska’s Sustina River. Short film coming January, 2016. Via Ryan Peterson.
Tippets: Florida Bay Collapse, Saving New Zealand’s Rivers, Dismantling Dams, NOAA Hatchery Plan, Johnson Creek Restoration
Florida Bay is in danger due to hypersalinity and loss of seagrass. “Florida Bay is on the knife’s edge” of collapse, said Everglades Foundation wetland ecologist Stephen Davis at a Monday awareness event held in Islamorada. Via Keys Info Net. Rebecca … more
Tippets: Rotenone Red Flags, Companies and Conservation, Saving Atlantic Salmon, California’s “Miracle March”
The New Mexico Game and Fish Department’s plan to use rotenone to help re-establish native Gila trout populations in waterways in the Gila National Forest is raising safety concerns for those handling the chemical. “Recent studies have directly linked rotenone exposure … more
Tippets: Warming Waters, Washington Steelhead Plates, Montana Invests in Future of Fisheries, Steelhead Return to Carmel River
Warming water temperatures and increased fishing pressure are altering ocean fisheries. An article by Ted Morton highlights the need for management changes via Pew Charitable Trusts. Washington Governor Jay Inslee recently signed legislation that approved the sale of license plates … more
This short film from Arbiter Creative highlights the threats and uncertain future for salmon and the Skeena River.