By Shane Cross
Not many anglers can deny climate change anymore – many of us have seen first hand the changes on our rivers and streams in recent years.
And while we can go round on the politics, the outlook, and the answer, the fact is if the models are even a little bit true – the tiniest bit –... [ READ MORE... ]
This article was originally posted on the Orvis web site at http://www.orvis.com/news/fly-fishing/an-upstream-journey-dispatch-9-fighting-huge-rainbow-trout-and-talking-climate-change/#.UhduVhukpLM
Written by: Phil Monahan
Sense of time has never been my strong suit. Despite my best efforts, I’m... [ READ MORE... ]
As I discuss renewable energy with hunters and anglers across the West I have noticed something. The non-climate change believers, as well as those who do believe, but who oppose any type of development on public lands including renewable energy seem to always try to bait me into a climate change... [ READ MORE... ]
I live in New Mexico, pretty much ground zero for climate change's impact on threatened trout species (Gila and Rio Grande cutthroat trout). This won't always be the case, of course, as ground zero will migrate north if the climate crisis continues to be ignored. Consider this news piece about one... [ READ MORE... ]
If you haven't checked out the information on the 2013 Annual Members Meeting, take a look. It is going to be a great time in Madison, WI with opportunities to learn and network with other Trout Unlimited members from around the country and your favorite TU National Staff members. We would like to... [ READ MORE... ]
With advancing climate change, anglers have a lot to lose if water conditions change drastically in the coming decades. One solution is obviously to reduce the amount of carbon we put into the atmosphere. And one way to do that is through renewable energy.
Like all energy sources, there are pros... [ READ MORE... ]
"Green Light": A film about balancing renewable energy with hunting and fishing