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Jackson Hole News and Guide
By Chris Wood
Wednesday, September 16, 2015
As children, most of us learned about the passenger pigeons, whose huge flocks darkened America’s skies before they became extinct a century ago. Another lesson came from the bison that we did our best to eradicate from the Great Plains.
Associated Press
By Brendan Gibbons
Tuesday, September 15, 2015
Last year, they met in Santa Fe. The year before, it was Madison, Wisconsin. In 2012, they chose Asheville, North Carolina. So what outdoor mecca will host conservation group Trout Unlimited’s national meeting this year? Scranton, of course.
By Ed Lawrence
Tuesday, September 15, 2015

With climate change taking center stage recently and clean water necessary for the survival of all living creatures, it is import

The Grand Rapids Press
By Howard Meyerson
Monday, September 14, 2015

CEDAR SPRINGS — Within minutes of each pulling on a pair of waders, Justin Wegner and Graeme Zaparzynski were focused on a trout — a nice, hidden bro

Concord (N.H.) Monitor
By Tom Ives
Monday, September 14, 2015

New Hampshire is heating up thanks to climate change.


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