Coal Mine Threatens Previously Protected Alberta Wilderness Area

The northernmost stretches of the Rocky Mountains in Alberta face the serious threat of destructive coal mining. The wild and powerful Rockies define Alberta's...

Alaska Governor Revives Pebble Mine in Federal Appeal

Last week, Alaskan Governor Mike Dunleavy initiated the process to appeal Pebble Mine's denied permit. The US Army Corps of Engineers denied Pebble Mine's...

Europe’s Broken Rivers

Featured Image: Map of Europe's watersheds from Grasshopper Geography Free-flowing rivers are becoming increasingly rare. Centuries of human activity have altered channels leaving us now...

Colorado Ranch Owner Seeks to Make His Already Big Trout Even Bigger

American billionaire Paul Tudor Jones II wants to make his already super-sized trout even bigger by injecting phosphorous into the river to create more...

#OneAndDone – A Winter Steelhead Pledge

Winter steelhead populations in the Pacific Northwest have been on the decline for many years now. They face different challenges from harvest, hydropower/dams, habitat...

Maryland Adds New Brook Trout Regulations

Big news for Maryland's only native trout species! As of January 1st, the state of Maryland now requires 1) catch-and-release for brook trout in all...
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Grassy Mountain Coal Mine: A Threat to Bull Trout, Westslope Cutthroat Looms in Southern Alberta

Southern Alberta, home to some of the most pristine wilderness and fly fishing in the world, is currently under consideration for a 1,520-hectare open-pit...

The Bright Spots of Conservation in 2020

As we close out 2020, it is healthy to look backwards and celebrate the positives. Sure, it is easy to dwell on the bad...

Proposed Gravel Mine Adjacent To Colorado River Meets Local Opposition

The 1,450 mile long Colorado River flows through much of the American Southwest and meets the ocean in Baja, Mexico. The river begins and...

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