This Nonprofit Is Fighting To Fix Florida’s Water and Save Redfish and Specks

In 1977, 14 concerned anglers led by Walter Fondren gathered in a tackle shop on the Texas coast vowing to save redfish and speckled trout from being wiped out by commercial fishing.  Soon after, the Texas Legislature voted the Red Drum Conservation Act into law, introducing catch limits on reds and specks for both recreational and commercial fishing. Four years

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Take Down Those Dams: New Legislation Could Save Snake River Salmon

Rep. Mike Simpson, an Idaho Republican congressman, has just put the Northwest energy and agriculture sector on notice: Salmon and steelhead will join them at the table, and not as the entrée. In a video statement posted over the weekend, Simpson proposed a $33.5 billion plan to remove four Lower Snake River hydroelectric dams — to effectively let the river run

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