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Critical document release confirms the damage Pebble will bring to Bristol Bay

On Thursday, July 23, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers released a critical document in the permit application review process for the proposed Pebble mine: …

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A view of Mount Hood National Forest in Oregon. USDA Forest Service photo by Cecilio Ricardo

Why The Great American Outdoors Act is Such a Big Deal

The Senate just passed the largest public lands funding legislation since the days of Teddy Roosevelt. Here’s what it means for hunters and anglers. On …

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Eight Sportswomen Who Have Shaped Conservation

Highlighting standout female leaders who advanced the American conservation movements Theodore Roosevelt, Aldo Leopold, and John Muir are readily recited by many as the forefathers …

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A traveling ICU nurse finds peace on a fishing line in Arizona’s high country

Lori Patterson stood at the edge of Akre Lake in a tucked-away corner of pine forest in eastern Arizona and watched the fish dance. As …

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Gila trout recovery on Mt. Graham

Gila trout are one of the rarest trout species in the United States, making them a focus of Trout Unlimited’s restoration work on native, southwestern …

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Time to get away

It was time. Actually, it was well past time. I had to get out of the house. I work from home and have for years, …

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