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Heard Around the Nation 9

A word about this regular section: It contains only outrageous, outlandish, and disturbing pontification. Any sensible, progressive, or intelligent statement will be instantly punted into cyberspace. This from Jim Beers, the retired refuge manager, special agent,

Maine Reportedly Cuts Back on Splake Stocking

"SPK in the Rapid, Magalloway, Kennebec and West Branch are the hair in the $100 meal." http://www.kennebecriveroutfitters.com/forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=1522

American Rivers applauds ruling in Upper Snake dam operations case

For immediate release May 23, 2006 Decision opens door to basin-wide solution that will recover salmon, protect farmers and communities Seattle -- In a strongly worded ruling today critical of federal dam managers' repeated attempts to avoid addressing

Victory on the Tongass

In a stunning bipartisan effort, last week the House of Representatives voted to limit money to build new logging roads in the Tongass National Forest in Alaska. The amendment to the FY2007 Interior Appropriations bill, sponsored by Representatives Steve Chabot

From the Endangered Species Coalition

Endangered Species Act legislative update: Interior Appropriations and Walden Logging Bill Interior Appropriations Bill Passes House: The Fiscal Year 2007 Interior Appropriations bill passed the House last Thursday. While the funding levels are still significantly

Sportsmen and Global Warming 2

WASHINGTON, DC (May 23) -- The majority of America's sportsmen say global warming is an urgent problem that needs immediate action, and they want clean energy solutions that create jobs and cut pollution from burning fossil fuels, a national poll of hunters