Category: TRCP Marine

Our blog is where we break down the conservation issues that sportsmen and women need to know about. Get the latest intel from Capitol Hill, learn more about complex science and policy, and follow along with field reports from our staff on the ground. This is where conservation gets personal.

August 12, 2014

Spearheading shark conservation

As an artist, scientist and fisherman, Guy Harvey is combining his three loves these days to help sharks. One of the country’s most popular wildlife artists, Harvey’s work appears on everything from murals and...

July 29, 2014

More bad news about lionfish

Lionfish populations continue to expand in coastal waters of the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico, stretching from New England to Mexico. The exotic invader from the South Pacific and Indian Ocean was...

June 10, 2014

Little Fish, Big Impact

There has been a lot of news on the fishing-related websites and blogs recently about forage fish, primarily herring and menhaden. Truthfully, a complete discussion on forage would encompass a much wider range of...

May 21, 2014

Attention all anglers

That’s what we are getting: more attention. That’s a good thing. More fisheries managers, bureaucrats and pols are hearing about recreational issues. That’s a great thing. Maybe the sleeping giant is waking up. I...

April 29, 2014

Turn down the heat

Just before NOAA Fisheries’ Saltwater Recreational Fishing Summit that I wrote about recently, a court in Washington, D.C., issued a verdict in the lawsuit of Guindon (a commercial fisherman) vs. Pritzker (the secretary Of...



The precipitous drop in hunter participation should be a call to action for all sportsmen and women, because it will have a significant ripple effect on key conservation funding models.

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