Posted in GIS
I am looking for fellow GIS profesionals and people with interest in GIS to join the group to share best practices and sucess stories.
It's not a surprise to me that salmon hold such fascination, reverence, and respect from many peoples and cultures around the world. Salmon's influence is evident in our art, stories, cuisines, and cultures all the way from the Pacific Rim to the Irish and Scandinavian coasts. The story these [ READ MORE... ]
Headwater protection, alone, is not enough to sustain healthy wild steelhead populations. We also need to manage fisheries so that enough fish return each year to fully utilize the intact spawning and rearing habitat that was so wisely preserved a century ago. And we need to ensure that timber [ READ MORE... ]
Posted in Southeastern Wisconsin - 078
The Wisconsin DNR wants your input on the proposed changes to the Wisconsin Trout Fishing Regulations/Season.
Posted in Bellevue Issaquah - 109
This picture shows some of the monofilament line that I recently collected from our Monofilament Line Collection Tubes we have installed a six locations on the Snoqualmie River. Its great to see that some fishermen are using these!
Great canoe float on the Teton River underneath the "backside" of the Tetons in Victor, Idaho
Six Degrees of Separation in Gordon Creek