Written by Matt Miller | June 28th, 2012
Electrofishing is one of the best tools for fisheries biologists and conservationists studying anything fishy — the success of freshwater habitat restoration, migration routes, invasive species and more.
Written by Mark Tercek | June 11th, 2012
Today’s dam removal along Maine’s Penobscot River proves that smart collaboration can lead to important benefits for both nature and people.
Written by Matt Miller | May 22nd, 2012
No touch sex? A mouth full of juniors? Appendages that double as fishing lures? Welcome to the weird, weird world of freshwater mussels.
Written by Charles Bedford | May 21st, 2012
The Mississippi and Yangtze rivers now have more in common than you might think. Charles Bedford explains how a new partnership is connecting China and the U.S.
Written by Madeline Breen | March 20th, 2012
Written by Madeline Breen | February 14th, 2012
Written by Madeline Breen | December 23rd, 2011
For our final stop along the Magdalena River, we sail along the Dique Canal, which connects Colombia’s interior with one of its most important ports: Cartagena.
Written by Madeline Breen | December 12th, 2011
The team explores Zapatoza, the biggest freshwater marsh in Colombia, and spends a day talking to local fishermen about the loss of fish.
Written by Madeline Breen | December 2nd, 2011
Join a team of Nature Conservancy staff and scientists as they navigate Colombia’s Magdalena River and bring to life its rich communities and culture through this series of blog posts.
Written by Bob Bendick | May 24th, 2011
Bob Bendick looks at massive damage in Colombia and the U.S. and wonders why only the developing nation is using science-based risk analysis to prepare for the next flood.