(Washington, D.C. – September 17, 2008) Senators Ben Cardin (D-MD), George Voinovich (R-OH), Susan Collins (R-ME), Patrick Leahy (D-VT), Joseph Lieberman (I-CT), Robert Menendez (D-NJ) and Sheldon Whitehouse (D-RI) have introduced bipartisan legislation to boost funding for the conservation
Most Waters Unfit for Direct Human Contact; Statewide Fish Health Advisories
Trenton — More than one thousand water bodies across New Jersey are too polluted for fishing or swimming and are supposed to be cleaned up to meet Clean Water Act requirements, according to the latest state report.
Hunters and anglers encouraged by increased attention to sporting traditions, hoping that other access initiatives receive similar boost
WASHINGTON – The Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership welcomed today’s announcement by Secretary of Agriculture Ed Schafer that up to
Stripers Forever has long maintained that the existence of a legal market for striped bass facilitates the illegal or black market. The ASMFC management plan attributes zero harvest to this illegal fishery, a glaring and perhaps deliberate fault which, among other things, results in the recreational
Report Finds Conservation Needs of Dozens of Endangered Hawaiian Birds Not Being Met
(Washington, D.C. – September 18, 2008) A new study has found that federal and state funding to conserve and recover Hawaiian birds species listed under the Endangered Species Act is much lower than for