Ted Williams' blog
New coalition seeks science-based solutions for embattled BLM program
Phil Taylor, E&E reporter
Published: Tuesday, June 11, 2013
It's not often that livestock growers, hunters and wildlife advocates find common ground on natural resource issues, but the Bureau of Land Management's wild horse and burro program is one case in point.
I have a major problem with this new book by Todd Wilkinson, just published by Lyons Press. It is this: that he didn’t write it 25 years ago. That’s how long I’ve needed it.
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Scott Church has been kind enough to archive almost all my past articles. This was out of the blue. Thanks so much Scott! I really appreciate this. Remember I owe you a few striper trips to Cape Cod or albie trips to Montauk or, preferably, both.
Fish cannot live in crystal clear river water very long. The fish need to eat algae, protozoa and other small morsels. The nutrients in fertilizer and manure provide the essentials for life in our rivers. If your drinking water comes from a stream, you want your water purified! Fish and a lot of other animals make love in it. Water purification costs money and creates good jobs.