Congratulations to the 2016 Graduating Class of the Bristol Bay Fly Fishing & Guide Academy
Photo by BBFFGA
Is there anything quite as inspiring as the pride and enthusiasm of a group of fresh-faced young men and women celebrating a landmark achievement? Instead of sporting cap and gown, however, this bunch is looking pretty great in waders and ball caps!
Meet the 2016 graduating class of the Bristol Bay Fly Fishing and Guide Academy! Located in Bristol Bay, AK, the Academy merges salmon and river education with recreation and conservation principles to educate, engage and inspire Bristol Bay young adults to become local leaders…
How much do you know about oysters?!
Photo by CBF
The Chesapeake Bay Foundation’s Oyster Restoration project has been one of Orvis’ Customer Matching Grants for the past two years. Oysters are pretty remarkable little rascals who have more talents than most of us realize!
Orvis gives to protect nature, support communities, and advance canine health and well-being.
image via Orvis.com
Tomorrow is the 47th Earth Day, an annual event designed to broaden the base of support for environmental programs, rekindle public commitment, and build community activism around. . .
Our friends at American Rivers recently announced their annual list of U.S. waterways that face serious threats in 2016. The report highlights ten rivers whose fate will be decided in the. . .
Sunrise at Thomas Point Lighthouse
Photo by Mike Cromwell
Recently the Supreme Court declined to hear a challenge to the Chesapeake Bay clean-up plan, thereby ending an attempt by the American Farm Bureau to stop it. One of Orvis’ Customer Matching Grant initiatives is the Chesapeake Bay Foundation’s Oyster Restoration project, which is an integral part of that plan.
We celebrate this victory with our friends at CBF, and invite you to check out the following article which appeared on the Field & Stream website:
Written by: Nelli Williams, TU Alaska Program Director
Several years ago, Trout Unlimited worked with scientists and fishing business owners to identify 77 watersheds on the Tongass National Forest in Southeast Alaska that are extremely important. . .
Endangered coho salmon returning to the Russian River, California
Photo by Nick Bauer
By Deborah Seiler and Mariska Obedzinski
The Russian River watershed once supported tens of thousands of coho salmon, attracting anglers from around the world. By the end of the last century, their numbers had dwindled. . .
Written by: Guy Alsentzer and Wade Fellin
The Beaverhead River is home to some beautiful trout.
Photo courtesy Big Hole Lodge
The Beaverhead is one of the Lower 48’s finest fisheries. Its upper reaches are a classic tailwater fishery, while its middle and lower stretches more resemble a spring creek, with clear. . .
Luck Shines on the Fishing Hole
Photo by Leah Grunzke
Tomorrow is the last day to enter the NWF/Orvis Northern Rockies and Prairies Photo Contest. Don’t miss your chance to have your photo appear in next summer’s National Wildlife Magazine as well as to win a $500 gift card from Orvis. Want to see what you’re up against?…
Bristol Bay is home to the world’s last great wild salmon run.
Today, the House Committee on Science, Space and Technology is meeting to discuss the future of Pebble Mine. The catalyst for the hearing is this report, which was paid for by the Pebble. . .