Show Notes: https://wetflyswing.com/270 Sponsors: https://wetflyswing.com/sponsors The purpose of this episode is to raise your awareness about the Everglades in Florida issue - how our actions contribute to the problem and how restoring it would benefit us in the long run. More than 8 million people rely on the Everglades for drinking water. It supports multi-billion dollar economies of agriculture, recreation, and tourism in South Florida. The Everglades is home to two Native American tribes and contains a diverse array of habitats, ranging from coral reefs and brackish estuaries offshore to sawgrass prairies and cypress swamps inland.
Show Notes: https://wetflyswing.com/266 Sponsors: https://wetflyswing.com/sponsors Riverhorse Nakadate shares some insight into what he's been up to lately with Patagonia. The purpose of this episode is to raise your awareness of the Boundary Waters status and encourage you to help preserve the great wilderness area in the country.
Show Notes: https://wetflyswing.com/242 My old friend Greg Collett is here to share the story behind his move to the jungles of Ecuador and why he's dedicated his life to conserving the native peoples of his home for the last 10 years.
WFS 166 – National Geographic’s Pete McBride – Martin’s Boat, Grand Canyon (Drift Boat Series Ep. 1)Dave -
Show Notes: http://wetflyswing.com/166 Pete McBride, one of the great outdoor film makers for National Geographic, is here to tell the story of the Grand Canyon through the documentary Martin’s Boat and the 750 mile long hike through the Grand Canyon.
WFS 132 – Alaska Pebble Mine Update with Jenny Weis – Bristol Bay, Trout Unlimitted, Conservation, SalmonDave -
Show Notes: https://wetflyswing.com/132 Jenny Weis provides us an update on the Pebble Mine project and what you can do this week to help protect almost 60 million salmon in one of the most important habitats in the region. We find out why this small project could become a much larger project if it's allowed to move forward. This is a big year and the call to action for you is to reach out to your local and federal representatives and let them know you oppose this project.