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Posted on August 11 at 3:35 p.m.
I do, and I thank you.
On Steelhead Trout Recovery Project Bigger Than Ever
Posted on August 11 at 12:09 p.m.
To SezMe:Yes, I agree that was a ridiculous typo, and I do apologize for this. Also, the segment on Gibraltar and Bradbury DAM is not misleading, as it explains the major impediments blocking steelhead trout from their migration routs higher in the watershed, and is supplemental information on why steelhead trout are endangered in this region. A great deal of research went in to this article, and I did try my best as an intern to do it correctly. Unfortunately, I made some mistakes. I hope you can look beyond them, and understand the overall message of the article.
A big Thank you to Brian Trautwein at the Environmental Defense Center for his time, and energy in explaining the project.
Posted on July 26 at 10:50 a.m.
My sincere apologies to ForestWatch for misquoting your organization. I interviewed various sources who connected arroyo toad data to the Zaca fire - and I really should have triple checked that information. ForestWatch is a tremendous resource for issues like this in our watershed, and the last thing I want to do is associate any incorrect information to their name.
On Counting the Days for the Arroyo Toad
Posted on July 26 at 10:49 a.m.
My sincere apologies to ForestWatch for misquoting your organization, I interviewed various sources who connected arroyo toad data to the Zaca fire - and I really should have put checked my sources. ForestWatch is a tremendous resource for issues like this in our watershed, and the last thing I want to do is associate any incorrect information to their name.
Posted on June 25 at 11:29 a.m.
I don't see the correlation between supposed "conspiracies" associated with the Marine Life Protection Act, and the organizations that defend it, because these organizations are really on their side. By protecting these breeding grounds, and centers for immense biodiversity -- fisherman may continue fishing in the future. If you look at each organization's website, you will notice that each project is aimed to conserve these areas in a holistic sense, and they need the collaboration and support from the local fisherman to achieve this goal. Below the Surface organization is a team of two guys who paddle across the coast to show people that by preserving these little pockets of ocean, people will have amazing areas for recreation in the future -- and this does not exclude fisherman.
Here is a list of websites of the organizations involved in Preservation Paddle-out:
Below the Surface:http://www.belowthesurface.org/contac...
Santa Barbara Channelkeeperhttp://www.sbck.org/
Ocean Conservancy http://www.oceanconservancy.org/site/...
Natural Resources Defense Council:http://www.nrdc.org/
Also, please go on the Save Naples website to sign your name in a pre made letter to the state addressing Naples Reef as the next marine protected area:
On Preservation Paddle Out For Naples Reef