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February 26, 2015

Snapshots of Success

Given all of the media coverage of drought in the West, pollution shutting off public drinking water in Ohio and West Virginia, and interstate lawsuits over water supplies, you...


November 8, 2013

“I Will Never Forget”

In many cultures, mountains and water have a special significance and attraction. In China, an ancient song titled “High Mountains and Flowing Water” represents cherished friendship. In the Bible,...


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May 28, 2013

How Much Is a Fish Worth?

From supporting American jobs to providing a healthy protein source for our food supply, commercial fishing is enormously important to the United States. Although our overall take is obviously...


May 7, 2013

We Can Do Better

Normally I post deep thoughts about matters of conservation policy. Today I will rant. Just over a week ago I met two friends, packed up the car in Washington,...


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