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Grant Keeps Farmers, Fishers Working Together on the Upper Bear River
Last week the EPA released the results of a study that confirms what anglers, thinking humans and other animals with basic common sense have known all along: what goes on in small streams and wetlands affects the larger streams, rivers and other w
GALLIPOLIS — Gallia Academy Middle School teacher Shannon Mayes has turned one of his passions into what’s turning out to be a fun time for a group of students.
"People, when they find out I work for Trout Unlimited, they say, is that some kind of environmentalist organization? I say, no, we’re conservationists, there’s a big difference. I want to conserve it, so I can keep killing it and keep making money off of it. But they have to be around for me to do that." -- Mark Hieronymus, TU Alaska Program, Sport Fishing Outreach Coordinator
There's something fishy — in a good way — about sixth-grade science at West Hills Intermediate School.
It's a 75-gallon tank of brook trout.