Tippets: Winter Wonderland, Pot-Growers Dam Stopped Steelhead, Spawning Philosophy, Federal Grants for Chesapeake Bay
- Eager cutthroat trout, leash-less labradors and empty parking lots allow Peter Ottesen of The Record to sigh with satisfaction on a late-season trip to Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks.
- California Department of Fish and Game wardens arrest three San Jose men for pot farming and removed an illegal dam created to divert water to the operation and, as a result, saved the steelhead spawning season in that waterway.
- “This mysterious ritual of life renewal.” Ralph Shaw waxes philosophical on salmon spawning season. Comox Valley Reporter
- $10.9 million worth of grants were given by various federal agencies and corporations for 55 projects in the Chesapeake Bay watershed whose benefits will ultimately improve the condition of the Bay.