The Native Fish Society is a forward-thinking organization guided by the best available science to advocate for historically abundant wild, native fish and promote the stewardship of habitats that sustain them. Here’s a quick video explaining the NFS River Steward Program
It’s not rocket science. If you put bad shit in the ground, bad things will happen to nearby wildlife and vegetation. The Salmon Safe label gives farmers a marketing edge and displays that their crops or products have been produced in a environmentally safe way.
Photo: Stuck in Customs (flickr) When you think of Patagonia a number of visuals begin to flood your mind. Vast expanses of green landscapes colliding with snow covered peeks, high desert llamas gazing over vibrant valleys, and glacial ice melt crashing down into the frigid South Atlantic and South Pacific Oceans. Sounds pretty frigin sweet […]
Willamette Week’s Holiday Give Guide campaign from Freshwater Trust.
Rick Bastasch, from the City of Portland Office of Healthy Working Rivers, talks about a strategy to get people pumped about recreationally using the once polluted Willamette river again. Think the Willamette river in Portland, Oregon is nasty? Think again. Actually quite the opposite says the City of Portland Office of Healthy Working Rivers. […]
Photo: Scott Butner (flickr) There’s a war taking place in California. No, its not the usual bickering about the legalization of the wacky tabacky. It’s the immigration debate. Duh! But, but, it’s a different kind of immigration debate. It’s not the one about the movement of people over the U.S. and Mexico border. Its […]