Fisheries Management

Under the Influence of Ethanol

America's corn-based ethanol program carries high costs in fish, wildlife and tax dollars. Under the Influence of Ethanol By Ted Williams Ethanol is even more popular now than when Americans made it to fuel themselves rather than their cars, and some of the

Under the Influence of Ethanol

  • By: Ted Williams

America's corn-based ethanol program carries high costs in fish, wildlife and tax dollars

NATIVE FISH SOCIETY 2

NATIVE FISH SOCIETY CONSERVATION REPORT Number One 2007 By Bill Bakke, Director REVERSING THE PATTERN: ARE WE DOING RISK MANAGEMENT FOR WILD STEELHEAD AND SALMON? Salmon and steelhead have

Coalition Releases Blueprint for Growing Conservation

Report highlights consensus priorities of leading hunting, fishing and conservation organizations for 2007 Farm Bill; groups call for robust fish and wildlife funding WASHINGTON - The Agriculture and Wildlife Working Group (AWWG) of the Theodore Roosevelt

OUTDOOR NEWS BULLETIN

Issued monthly by the WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT INSTITUTE Suite 700, 1146 19th Street, NW, Washington, DC 20036 Phone 202-371-1808 FAX 202-408-5059 WMI Website www.wildlifemanagementinstitute.org Richard E. McCabe, Editor Volume

Recreational striped bass anglers need to clean up their act

Plundering Stripers By Ted Williams Striped bass have been declared game fish in Maine, New Hampshire, Connecticut, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, South Carolina and the District of Columbia. Unfortunately, that has not happened where they're most abundant -- in

Reward offered for information about bald eagle shooting in eastern

Contacts: Ryan Noel, FWS, 615/736-5532 Scott Hollenbeck, TWRA, 800/831-1174 Tom MacKenzie, FWS, 404/679-7291 The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency are investigating the shooting of a bald eagle that was discovered near

Water Withdrawals Threaten New England Streams

New Report Lays Out Policy Solutions Washington, D.C. - As the legislatures in the New England states prepare for their upcoming sessions, Trout Unlimited today issued a report that highlights a topic high on the legislative agendas: depletion of regional

Congress Passes Landmark Fisheries Law

Significant changes approved for U.S. fisheries management system Alexandria, VA - December 11, 2006 - In a last minute effort, Congress approved the reauthorization of the Magnuson-Stevens Sustainable Fisheries Act on December 9, 2007. The Act,

Striper Letter

Stripers Forever members - Yesterday, Stripers Forever mailed the following letter to nearly 50 Maryland policy makers. Recipients include the Governor, House and Senate leadership, Department of Natural Resources committee members, fisheries management officials,