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Rainbow Trout, the symbol of our environmental health

Fly fishing for Salmonidae is regarded by many as mechanical performance but to others a confirmation of living a better way life. [...]

April 17, 2018 FEATURE STORY, Slide

Why the National Park advisory board imploded

The Trump administration’s anti-conservation campaign is succeeding in taking away our public lands one park, and one Zinke, Pruitt, Perry, congressperson capitulation at a time [...]

January 26, 2018 FEATURE STORY, Slide

National Parks, government shutdown

According to the Department of the Interior, staff is to “keep national parks as accessible as possible while still following all applicable laws and procedures.” [...]

January 22, 2018 FEATURE STORY, Slide

Opinion: My American friends

My American friends want to hunt, fish, hike, kayak, canoe, camp and visit their National Parks and public lands free from the fear of special interest interference [...]

November 6, 2017 FEATURE STORY, Slide

Coastal habitat, an artful look at South Florida

Barry Fellman’s Mangrove Coast photographs explore the realm of marine and shore life around South Florida’s mangroves. [...]

August 11, 2017 FEATURE STORY, Slide

Will They Do The Next Right Thing?

You would think that protecting millions of acres of public land is a President’s job and that legislators would clamor to assure that, but no, say the probationers [...]

June 30, 2017 RECENT, Slide

“America’s Greatest Idea” is under attack

The United States of America is unique in the world because of public lands. Protecting them, and clean air and water should never be politicized [...]

May 2, 2017 News, RECENT, Slide

Will mining our national parks make us GREAT?

This issue has been dormant for 40 years because amongst Democrats and Republicans there’s a consensus that we shouldn’t drill in our national parks [...]

April 21, 2017 RECENT, Slide

Our Places: A picture is worth a 1,000 words

Public Lands are our heritage. They should be defended against theft by politicians and plunderers. Loss of them will result in mining, timbering, and pollution. [...]

January 5, 2017 FEATURE STORY, Our Places, Slide

News: Parasite outbreak in Yellowstone River kills thousands of fish

Parasitic outbreaks are not new for cold water systems, but the added events of warmer water due to climate issues and lower water levels exacerbate probabilities of outbreaks [...]

August 22, 2016 News, RECENT, Slide