Category Archives: Conservation

Engaging with the opposition

I had a somewhat entertaining conversation last night with my aunt’s neighbors and good friends, who happen to be Fox News programmed conservatives. I don’t go around picking fights with people with differing political views, and most of the time … Continue reading

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Freeing the Calapooia

Freeing the Calapooia from Freshwaters Illustrated on Vimeo.

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America’s Wilderness

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Native Fish Society River Stewards Video

I put this video together last weekend. Wind noise is a downer, but overall I’m happy with my video hack job.

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Wrote Register-Guard editorial to stop stocking the McKenzie River

Yesterday the Register-Guard ran an editorial I wrote with the Caddis Fly Shop’s Chris Daughters about removing or reducing hatchery rainbow trout in the McKenzie River. So far all of the response has been positive, but I’m pretty sure that … Continue reading

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My life in links: A peek into the mind of an online content spewing maniac

I’m running ragged, trying to keep up with an insatiable demand for online data center content, managing peoples’ daily ramblings on the fly fishing blog, riding the wave of popularity and activity suddenly affecting our Trout Unlimited Chapter, spending time … Continue reading

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Hunting and fishing clubs lose relevancy, conservation orgs and online fill the gap

I posted a survey on the Oregon Fly Fishing Blog about the biggest threats facing our fisheries in Oregon. It was a request from a contact at the Sierra Club, part of its campaign to bring hunters and anglers into … Continue reading

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