Category Archives: Conservation
Bonefish and Tarpon Trust is searching for a PR and Communications Manager. Read more in the press release below.
In a landmark decision that upholds Montana’s stream access law, the Montana Supreme Court has ruled that the public can use a public prescriptive road to gain access to part of the Ruby River. The ruling involves a dispute that dates … more
Once finished with festive duties, Christmas trees can be made into great underwater structure and habitat. In The Oregonian Bill Monroe highlights conservation work being done in Oregon with these recycled pines, and Holly Richmond highlights projects around the country … more
This compelling documentary by Benjamin Paull reminds what’s at stake for wilderness ecosystem and fish populations if the Enbridge Pipeline is approved.
In the effort to restore native Yellowstone cutthroat trout to Yellowstone Lake, fisheries managers are taking a hint from the commercial fishing industry. “We studied fish populations that had been overharvested by commercial fishing,” says David Hallac, chief of resource … more
A new report in the journal PLOS One explores the hypothesis that hatchery fish might exhibit morphological defects in their sensory systems, and once released from the hatchery experience reduced survival rates. Read more about the research findings and their … more
Thanks to the overwhelming reaction and support from the fly fishing community, DNR Director Keith Creagh has announced there will be no oil and gas exploration along the “holy waters” corridor anytime soon. Read more in the press release below.