shauna_sherard's posts

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The Blaine County Commission has provided $465,000 from its Land, Water, and Wildlife Fund to assist with restoration of the Deer Creek drainage.
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But we need your help. We need you to contact your Senators and tell them that repealing Planning 2.0 using the Congressional Review Act will create more problems than it solves. These are our lands and we deserve sound land management, not interference by Congress that will set public land [ READ MORE... ]
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This week, Congress voted to make it easier for coal mining companies to dump their waste in your streams and rivers. To be clear, this will not bode well for your fishing.
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The threat of losing our public lands looms large.
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When trying to manage steelhead, one difficult task is getting an accurate picture of population size in any given year and over time. Traditional methods of estimating the number of adult steelhead that return to a river, such as counting redds (nests) are not reliable because of poor water [ READ MORE... ]
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Congress has only been in session for a few weeks, but some members have wasted no time coming after America’s best idea – your public lands.  
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Theodore Roosevelt was many things, but perhaps most of all he was a public lands champion. He used his authority as President to establish 150 national forests, 51 federal bird reserves, four national game preserves, five national parks and 18 national monuments on over 230 million acres of public [ READ MORE... ]
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Idaho’s salmon and steelhead populations travel more than 850 miles, through eight different dams to spawn in their natal streams. These are the people making sure they’ve got a home waiting.
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Montana Trout Unlimited has requested that the Forest Service withdraw certain public lands in the Smith River corridor from future mineral exploration.
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These are treasures that belong to us all and important to the state of Wisconsin. Though they do not compare in size to the public lands in the West and Alaska, they are no less important.