In his day job, Marshall Bloom is the associate director for scientific management at the Rocky Mountain Laboratories.
Away from the lab, he's an avid fly fisherman and conservationist; his license plate says DRTROUT. Now 67, he's spent more than two decades as a voluntary leader of Trout Unlimited, working locally and nationally, lobbying the Montana Legislature, and organizing fund-raisers and so on. Bloom's conservation efforts -- securing water for fish and coping with fish-killing whirling disease -- have been "amazing" and had "an enormous impact on fish habitat" in the state, according to a former director of Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks.
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