Lisa Bolton and Anna Halligan, TU's North Coast Coho Project team, are stoked about getting "skunked." By Sam Davidson It is only 25 miles, as the crow flies, between the hamlets of Fort Bragg and Willits, near the southern end of California’s fabled Lost Coast. But when you make this journey by [ READ MORE... ]
by Tom Reed New country and old friends. A foundation, a beginning. An idea. Each year wed each pick a stream on our borders, a thin blue line of water splashing from high mountain hold in country without roads, and few trails. If it were easy, we thought, anybody could do it and the fishing [ READ MORE... ]
Philosophy of the sporting life: A meditation on why.
Editor's note: This is part of an ongoing series by members of TU's Sportsmen's Conservation Project. For more, visit www.oursportingheritage.org, a site dedicated to protecting our backcountry resources. There was a summer I spent as a wild child in the mountains of Iowa. There are no mountains [ READ MORE... ]
The wind came up quite early this morning. It rustled through the trees outside my window, gently thumping the blinds as it continued through the streets. It was a subtle sign, but a sign nonetheless. It’s fall. We’ve been seeing small hints here lately – small twinges of gold in the [ READ MORE... ]