Spring 2011 Eddies online now
The Spring 2011 Eddies is online.
This issue is focused on conservation education and youth in the outdoors. Here’s an idea of what you’ll find inside:
“The Art of Conservation” by Karen Hollingsworth, is a beautiful spread of artwork created by young artists in Wildlife Forever’s State-Fish Art Contest.
“Once Bitten, Forever Hooked” by Richard DeMarte, is one young man’s muse on fishing and conservation in New York.
“Conservationists for Tomorrow” by Denise Wagner, gives a glimpse at the conservation education work on the ground in Texas.
Carlos Martinez, Director of the D.C. Booth Historic National Fish Hatchery and Archives writes about the preacher-turned- conservationist Livingston Stone in the Pioneers department.
Dean Fowler with the Virginia Dept. of Game and Inland Fisheries tells us about the incredible life history of the striped bass in American Fishes.
Frank Peterson, President and CEO of the Recreational Boating and Fishing Foundation, muses on a rock quarry, rock music, and the connections to his professional life in his Meanders.
Peterson’s piece is a great bookend to Bryan Arroyo’s Headwaters, where he ponders the connectedness of nature-experience and career.