Fisheries Regulators Choose Short-term Economic Interest Over Species Survival

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

Anglers, hunters disappointed in latest ruling

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

CT River Land Preserved

The Upper Connecticut River

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.

Gone Fishing

  • By: Paul Doiron

To Read Tagewahnahn is to journey to eastern Maine's Grand Lake Stream

Bush Administration Proposal Allows Industrial Fish Farming Off Coasts

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,