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  • April 30, 2008

    News: The Toxic Avenger

    In the June issue of Field & Stream, and on our main site soon, you will read a story about Canada's Boreal Forest, a sportsman's paradise that is under attack from the development of oil refineries that are separating oil out of the sand pits in northern Canada.

    Pretty ironic since CNN is reporting that about 500 ducks landed on a lake owned by oil-sands company Syncrude Canada Ltd in Alberta, and are dying or dead because the lake is toxic.

    Click here for the full story.

  • April 25, 2008

    We're Looking for a Few Good Boy Scouts

    Field & Stream magazine is looking to honor the conservation efforts of Boy Scouts across the country. With the help of the Boy Scouts of America, the Hudson Valley Council, and Boys' Life magazine, Through their Heroes of Conservation program, Field & Stream profiles the grassroots efforts of everyday outdoorsman and women to preserve our natural resources.

  • April 22, 2008

    Discussion Topic: Easements, beneficial or lip service?

    Conservation easements have been around since 1974, and have been widely popular with states, businesses, and large land owners. While their benefit to wildlife is fairly obvious (you cannot develop the land and local fish and wildlife agencies usually monitor the health of the habitat and wildlife populations), I can't help but wonder whenever I read about an easement if it's a company really trying to give back to hunting and fishing or if they're looking for a tax write-off and a way to prevent anyone from encroaching on their property.

  • April 14, 2008

    Call to Action: Count Bugs on the Hooch

    Just got an update from 2007 Heroes of Conservation finalist, Chris Scalley. Chris has been documenting the macroinvertebrate live in the Chattahoochee River, and is looking for volunteers in the Atlanta area to help him out this spring.

    Here's the information: