From Massachusetts, A Real American Hero
Suddenly the feds can't tell wild salmonids from obese, stump-finned hatchery clones
A Maine Original
Greg Ponte and I had 12 kids practicing roll casts on a May afternoon in Maine. When my three toughest students threw in the towel, I knew they wouldn't get off that easily. I glanced across the pond and watched Greg Ponte work his magic on them. He studied the trio, now sitting against the brick wall
Fish don't have to be just another coal-industry waste product
... Or how I learned to stop worrying and love the lamprey
Knee-jerk environmentalism is endangering many of our vanishing species
Why we should be upset over the Bush Administration's gutting of the Clean Air Act
Nothing like this has ever been attempted anywhere.
Suddenly There Is Hope for Marine Fish
Topics: "Is Plum Creek Timber Company's ""HCP"" (habitat conservation plan) with the feds a good thing?"