U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Invests Nearly $1 Million To Restore Penobscot River Ecosystem

RELEASED: January 25, 2007 Contact: Cheryl Daigle, Penobscot River Restoration Trust, Community Liaison and Outreach Coordinator (207) 232-9969 or Laura Rose Day, Executive Director (207) 232-5976 (Old Town, Maine) Recognizing the large-scale ecological benefits

TRCP Protests Plans to Lease 34,000 Acres of Public Lands for Oil and Gas Drilling

Sportsmen's Group Says Federal Agency Not Considering Impacts to Mule Deer; Calls for Immediate Removal of 28 Parcels from Auction Block WASHINGTON - The Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership this week filed a formal protest of Bureau of Land

New Coffee Helps Rare Songbird

American Bird Conservancy Launches Shade Grown Coffee to Protect Cerulean Warblers (Washington, D.C. January 22) American Bird Conservancy (ABC) is pleased to announce that Cerulean Warbler Conservation Coffee is now available for sale to the public. Cerulean

A commute over trouble water

Reforming the Corps

The Corps has tried to control nature. Now it's time to control the Corps. Reforming the Corps (from FlyRod&Reel, March 2007) by Ted Williams The US Army Corps of Engineers was established in 1779 when nature was seen as the enemy, and--despite the percolation