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Survival Fishing – The Way to Catch ’em when SHTF

Survival Fishing – The Way to Catch ’em when SHTF

    By Virgil Renfroe Give a man a fish, you feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime. Humans have been fishing since before the dawn of civilization. And it’s no wonder. Fish are nutritious and, dare I say, delicious. Plus, they’re plentiful, almost all […]

California State Board Votes to Approve Bay-Delta Plan, Restrict Water to Farmers

California State Board Votes to Approve Bay-Delta Plan, Restrict Water to Farmers

By Joel Pollak California’s State Water Resources Control Board (SWRCB) voted Wednesday to approve the Bay-Delta plan, which will re-allocate water from farms and cities to the environment in an effort to restore dwindling fish numbers. The plan will require tributary rivers within the San Joaquin watershed to maintain an average water level of 40% of “unimpeded flow” […]

Republic of Thirst, Part 1: Bay-Delta Plan Pits Fish Against Farmers — and San Francisco

Republic of Thirst, Part 1: Bay-Delta Plan Pits Fish Against Farmers — and San Francisco

By Joel Pollak Note: This is the first in a series of three in-depth articles on water policy and water politics in California, supported graciously by the Robert Novak Journalism Alumni Fund Fellowship, a project of The Fund for American Studies (TFAS).  The sun dips low over a seemingly improbable landscape, less than an hour east of […]

Reliving 2017 with Reel Guppy Outdoors – Kids, fish and memories!

Reliving 2017 with Reel Guppy Outdoors – Kids, fish and memories!

Tom Dunn: “Reel Guppy Outdoors is a wonderful adventure started by Kevin Brannon that brings together kids and their parents to fish together at local piers. Kids meet other kids, share a common interest and learn social skills, start friendships and spend quality time with their parents. What a great idea, being outdoors and having […]

California battle over water and fish lands in court

California battle over water and fish lands in court

State and federal regulators have failed to protect Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta fish and the environment during the drought by repeatedly relaxing water-quality standards to keep water flowing to California cities and farms, medicine three conservation groups argued in a federal lawsuit filed Friday. The complaint against the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency mirrors a persistent […]

Recipe of the Week: Orange Pecan Salmon

Recipe of the Week: Orange Pecan Salmon

Recipe of the Week: Baked Tilapia Fish with Fresh Lemon

Recipe of the Week: Baked Tilapia Fish with Fresh Lemon

 

CA Water Board prioritizes fish

CA Water Board prioritizes fish