Hilary Hutcheson outlines the growing advocacy from the fishing community when it comes to climate change.
Good guiding comes by way of far more than shoveling water and selecting proper stonefly patterns. In the last decade, more guides have stepped up to testify on the changes we’ve witnessed from the center seat, including altered runoff, reduced streamflow, species hybridization, damaged spawning, increased nutrient loads, and water temperatures that are fatal to fish. So, it’s wildly encouraging to see a detailed report supporting opportunities for conservation.
LINK (via: The Missoulian)