Guest author Rob St. John reflects on why people need freshwater biodiversity. And it‘s more than just the edible fish and recreation that you might…
A Late Summer’s Day in the Marsh
As summer winds down, take a trip to the coast to learn about the Great Lakes Coastal Wetland Monitoring Program.
How much do you know about some of the world’s most valuable fishes?
Bending the Curve of Global Freshwater Biodiversity Loss
“Bend it like Beckham.” Except the goal here doesn’t involve a soccer ball but an Emergency Recovery Plan to change the trajectory of freshwater biodiversity loss.
Freshwater, Fish, and the Future
While fishing, itself, is often the largest anthropogenic influence on marine fisheries, inland fisheries are often impacted by other societal needs and uses of water resources, particularly competition for freshwater needed for agricultural production, human consumption, and power generation.