Washington, DC, August 22, 2008 − Today the Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission’s (ASMFC) Horseshoe Crab Management Board once again failed to take the necessary action of approving a moratorium on horseshoe crab fishing in key states. In doing so, they acquiesced to the short-term
Roadless matter has become more about politics, less about the issue
CHEYENNE, Wyo.—Judge Clarence Brimmer’s Aug. 12 decision to once again suspend the protection of the country’s roadless lands is yet another volley in an unfortunate game of legal ping pong involving the management
The Forest Society raises $2.8 million for Connecticut River forest project, protecting more than six miles of river frontage, working forest and wildlife habitat.
- By: Paul Doiron
To Read Tagewahnahn is to journey to eastern Maine's Grand Lake Stream
Proposal Circumvents Congress to Allow Fish Farms On Oil And Gas Rigs
Washington, DC – The Bush administration took an end-run around Congress today with a proposal that, for the first time ever, would set up a federal program to allow industrial fish farming in federal waters. The proposal,
How discouraging to see the Governor of Maine, who just bowed and scraped for the voices of ignorance and superstition who are lobbying to keep native alewives out of their biggest sanctuary anywhere, still fighting the recovery of Atlantic salmon. Maine says it wants to be an “equal partner,”
(from current issue of FR&R)
In what should be America’s most important river-herring refuge, superstition suppresses these imperiled fish.
by Ted Williams
This from Albion Goodwin of Pembroke, Maine—governor-appointed fish-and-wildlife advisor
Oregon City, OR – Citing a shift from the original intent of the process among a long list of other concerns, the Northwest Sportfishing Industry Association has elected to leave the bi-state “visioning process” that was developed by the Oregon and Washington Departments of Fish
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