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Robert Redford: It’s time to stop the pebble mine

The Pebble Mine is a disaster waiting to happen. Please show your solidarity with the people of Bristol Bay by signing a Petition to the President. [...]

January 15, 2013 Conservation, RECENT, Slide, Spot, Uncategorized

News: Laura Bush on hand for opening of Boca Grande Mote office

We're talking about studies of tarpon, sharks, snook and red tide. Mote Marine Laboratory has been a leader in marine research since it was founded in 1955. [...]

January 15, 2013 Conservation, News, RECENT, Slide, Spot

Conservation: Genetically engineered salmon

Trout Unlimited is concerned that the Food and Drug Administration’s ‘finding of no significant impact’ is a premature ‘green light’ for the eventual production of genetically engineered salmon for human consumption. [...]

January 3, 2013 Conservation, RECENT

Conservation: Congratulations

$54,000 raised to prevent Bristol pebble mine. [...]

January 3, 2013 Conservation, Destinations, RECENT, Spot

Conservation: Petition FF&WCC to classify Snook, Red fish and Tarpon as a game fish.

Signing this simple petition started by Friends of Charlotte Harbor can help make a big difference for Snook, Redfish, and Tarpon throughout the state of Florida. [...]

January 2, 2013 Conservation, Destinations, RECENT, Slide, Spot

Palettes & Pixels: James Prosek’s “Ocean Fishes”

The New York Times calls James Prosek "the Audubon of the fishing world." He totally captures the most pursued game fish - from striped bass to tarpon, swordfish to bonefish - as well as many creatures that share these marine [...]

December 27, 2012 Conservation, RECENT, Spot

“The Last Salmon Forest” Trailer and IF4 Schedule

Don't miss this important film from Detonation Studios. The Tongass depends on it. [...]

December 20, 2012 Conservation, Destinations, News, RECENT, Slide, Spot, Videos

Conservation: Disfunctional, Toxic and Stupid. Yup, the Lawmakers in DC

The Sportsmen’s Act of 2012 would expand public access for fishing and hunting, conserve valuable fish and wildlife habitat and reauthorize numerous programs that benefit sportsmen as well as all Americans. [...]

December 19, 2012 Conservation, RECENT, Spot

Conservation: Scientific Panel Confirms EPA Findings that Pebble Mine Would Pose a Significant Risk

      By Taryn Kiekow NRDC applauds EPA for conducting an open and transparent process for the Bristol Bay Watershed Assessment.  Today, November 9th, EPA release a report from the independent scientists that the agency convened last summer to [...]

November 28, 2012 Conservation, RECENT, Spot

Conservation: “Striped bass reproduction hits record low in Maryland” . . . and Virginia – no rain and too warm!

The number of young striped bass in the Chesapeake Bay fell to a record low this year, a drastic decline from a near-record high the year before, state officials reported Tuesday. [...]

November 26, 2012 Conservation, RECENT, Spot