Conservation

Angling World Loses a Voice

  • By: Fly Rod and Reel
Jim Range

A life-long outdoorsman, Range was instrumental in the conservation and continued protection of many different corners of the American landscape and was a passionate advocate for the country’s fish and wildlife and their habitat.

Colorado Energy Leases in Critical Habitat Draw Protests

TRCP objects to proposed oil and gas drilling in native trout, mule deer, sage grouse habitat, urges revision of federal mineral leasing process on public lands

WASHINGTON – Spurred by concerns over the effects of energy development on valuable fish and wildlife habitat, the Theodore

Back to the Past

  • By: Ted Williams
A Sebago Landlocked Salmon

NEAR MY FISHING CAMP IN NEW Hampshire’s Rockingham County, there’s this archeological site said to have been constructed by ancient druids or their precursors. Several large, flat stones have grooves—blood grooves, we are told. Now that the site has been physically restored, a volunteer 501c3 citizens’ organization is attempting to restore historical function as well, including the sacrifice of virgins (though only on summer weekends for tour groups).

NOAA to Establish Eight Federal Marine Protected Areas in the South Atlantic

Sportfishing community lauds this contrast to fisheries management by proclamation

Alexandria, VA – January 5, 2009 – Industry and fishery conservation groups learned today that the Department of Commerce’s National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) National Marine

Conservation Coalition Releases 2009 Policy Agenda

Partnership announces guideposts in drive to guarantee all Americans quality places to hunt and fish

WASHINGTON – The Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership (TRCP) today released its 2009 Conservation Policy Agenda, which represents the consensus priorities of its wide-ranging partners.