Jack Williams, senior scientist at TroutUnlimited talks climate change and fishing. http://t.co/Dnb2ETrrSh.
Re-read Wendell Berry's Solving for Pattern. Still so true: http://bit.ly/1DC01Lz .
Some common sense from Senator Martin Heinrich about keeping public lands in public hands: http://1.usa.gov/1v4HW46 .
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TUNE IN TO WWW.HANRADIO.COM ON OCTOBER 30TH AT 1 PM EASTERN TIME TO HEAR JACK WILLIAMS LIVE ON "THE YANKEE FISHERMAN" iNTERNET RADIO SHOW.
Jack will be discussing our position on Climate Change with Host, John Kovach.If you are not able to tune in at 1PM eastern on 10/30, a full rebroadcast will be... [ READ MORE... ]
My kids are stream explorers. Are yours? Join today! https://www.tumembership.org/youth/renew
Sportsmen call for Clean Water. 94-185 of the signers are TU chapters and councils. http://bit.ly/1tJhXEK . Hoo Rah!
(Photo by Chris Miller)
by Ted Williams
Fly, Rod & Reel, Autumn 2014
If you thought the proposed Pebble Mine in the Bristol Bay area was the most rash and reckless development scheme ever to threaten Alaska’s fish and wildlife, you’d have been wrong. Five enormous hard-rock mines are proposed... [ READ MORE... ]
This week’s news that the U.S. Forest Service has issued a contract for a large old-growth timber sale on Prince of Wales Island in Alaska’s Tongass National Forest is disappointing to a wide range of Americans, including sport and commercial fishermen, hunters, tourism operators and visitors to... [ READ MORE... ]
This is the third and final installment in a series of posts detailing the connection between the failed tailings dam at the Mount Polley Mine in British Columbia and the proposed Pebble Mine in Bristol Bay and the planned transboundary mines in western B.C. You can read the first installment here... [ READ MORE... ]
There's something perfectly normal about the vision of my two kids wandering together down a backcountry trail, fly rods in hand and a little bounce in their steps. I know how lucky I am to take in this image on a somewhat regular basis--living in a place where the ability to just start walking on... [ READ MORE... ]