A variety of environmental and civic groups have issued statements on the fifth anniversary of the BP Deepwater Horizon disaster and oil spill, outlining their continued concerns about the oil cleanup, the effects of oil on wildlife and plans for...
Dam removal at issue as spring spawning runs begin Columbus Dispatch After the vote, a group of property owners around the impoundment and other opponents of dam removal petitioned to hold a referendum to settle the matter.
Ogemaw County Herald DNR could change trout/bass fishing restrictions Ogemaw County Herald LANSING — Some proposed changes with Michigan Department of Natural Resources fishing regulations could offer expanded fishing opportunities to area anglers.
University of Wisconsin-Madison Bigger bang for your buck: Restoring fish habitat by removing barriers University of Wisconsin-Madison For example, a $70 million investment to remove 299 dams and 180 road crossings — coordinated across the entire...
Fishermen, Tribal leaders and environmentalists note that the drought itself is not the reason for the collapse of winter Chinook salmon, the near extinction of Delta smelt and the collapse of American River steelhead, as agency officials often...
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