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Sportfishing and Boating Community Honors Steadfast Supporter

Norm Dicks of Washington state recognized for support of nation's natural resources
June 4, 2008, Alexandria, VA - On Tuesday, June 3, 2008, Representative Norm Dicks (D-WA), a life-long supporter of conservation efforts, was honored during an evening reception in the Senate Caucus

Bluefin on the Brink

Coastal Conservation Association
6919 Portwest, Suite 100, Houston, TX 77024
Email: tvenker@joincca.org Website: www.joincca.org

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: May 28, 2008 CONTACT: Ted Venker, 1-800-201-FISH

HOUSTON, TX - The Coastal Conservation Association Board of Directors is

Saving Stripers

Stripers Forever members - recently the ASMFC - the interstate fishery commission responsible for managing striped bass - invited public comments on its next 5 year strategic plan. We submitted the following comments.

Brad Burns

The board of directors of Stripers Forever, a nonprofit corporation

EXPERTS SAY U.S. COASTS AND ESTUARIES CONTRIBUTE BILLIONS TO ECONOMY

Report from Restore America's Estuaries and The Ocean Foundation Shows High Economic Value of Coasts and Estuaries at Jeopardy Without Restoration and Protection
WASHINGTON (May 21, 2008) - At the National Press Club today Jeff Benoit, President of Restore America Estuaries and Dr. Linwood

Ballast water brings in new invaders

Ballast water brings in new invaders as

Lahontan Cutthroat Trout

Pyramid Lake, Nevada, once the home of Lahontan cutthroat trout.

How an Isolated Transfer and a Dedicated Hatchery Saved This Ancient Strain

Or so it was thought.

Fast forward to the 1970s.

In the intervening years

Steelhead listing means chance to recover irreplaceable Northwest icon

May 7, 2007 Statement by Rob Masonis, Northwest regional director, American Rivers Contact: Rob Masonis, 206-213-0330 x12 Amy Kober, 206-213-0330 x23 Seattle -- American Rivers praised today's determination by NOAA Fisheries that Puget Sound steelhead

Robbed by Rats

You're losing more than money when you have to pay to fish public water Robbed by RAT's By Ted Williams It sounded okay when Congress authorized it in 1996. The few sportsmen and environmentalists who even noticed vacillated between disinterest and mild approval.