Reports

GULF OF MEXICO RECREATIONAL FISHERIES: PRIORITY PROJECTS FOR RESTORATION, RECOVERY AND SUSTAINABILITY

Working closely with partner organizations the American Sportfishing Association, Center for Coastal Conservation, Coastal Conservation Association and The Nature Conservancy, the TRCP convened workshops in all of the Gulf States during the spring of 2013 to identify overarching restoration priorities for recreational fishermen in the Gulf. The information from those workshops provided the basis for the report released in October 2013, “Gulf of Mexico Recreational Fisheries: Recommendations for Restoration, Recovery and Sustainability.”

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Beyond Seasons’ End: A Path Forward for Fish and Wildlife in the Era of Climate Change (2009)

This follow-up report to Seasons' End was led by the Wildlife Management Institute and TRCP with the support of nine other groups. It identifies solutions to help fish and wildlife adapt to a changing climate.

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Seasons’ End: Global Warming’s Threat to Hunting and Fishing (2008)

Published by the Wildlife Management Institute and supported by eight other hunting, fishing, and conservation groups, this report was our community's first meaningful effort to coalesce around the impacts of climate change on hunting and fishing.

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