Ted Williams' blog

Big win for Cape Wind

A disaster in the making: www.capecodonline.com/cctimes/bigwin31.htm

Jay Hammond State Game Refuge?

A Bill to Create a Refuge in Bristol Bay Representative Gary Stevens (R-Kodiak) recently introduced SB 67, the Jay Hammond State Game Refuge Bill, which seeks to provide adequate protection of fish and wildlife habitat for 6 million acres of land in the Bristol

COMMISSION APPROVES RIO GRANDE CUTTHROAT TROUT RESTORATION

LAS CRUCES -- This summer, the Department of Game and Fish and several partners will take the first steps in an ambitious 10- to 15-year project to restore pure-strain native Rio Grande cutthroat trout to about 125 miles of streams and 20 lakes in the species'

LIMITED ANGLING FOR GILA TROUT WILL OPEN JULY 1, 2007

LAS CRUCES -- Limited angling opportunities for Gila trout will open July 1, 2007, in select streams in southwestern New Mexico that have been closed to fishing since 1966, when the Gila trout was first listed as a federal endangered species. The State Game

Dept of Ecology: Removal of Condit Dam necessary to restore White Salmon Rivers health

Critical hurdles remain in path to restore river (Portland) -- Removing Condit Dam and restoring a free-flowing White Salmon River will have significant benefits to salmon and steelhead and overall river health, according to the final Environmental Impact Statement

Letter from John Dingell

Dear Colleague: I would like to call to your attention an important issue involving policies for management of our national wildlife refuges. Over the past several years, the Department of the Interior (DOI) has attempted to turn over major elements of management