Nic Callero’s Archive

Take a Stand for Public Lands

  This is the time of year when I spend my weekends in the National Forest on Oregon’s north coast. I am in search of elk. Come November, Oregon’s western …

Grizzly bears depend on salmon.

Wildlife Win: Partner Drops Out of Dangerous Alaska Pebble Mine Project

In a huge victory for wildlife, Anglo American, one of the two companies seeking to build Alaska’s controversial Pebble mine, is dropping the project in the face of growing public …

Image: Flickr/jroldenettel

Arizona Mine Threatens Endangered Jaguar

There are very few Jaguars left in the United States, which explains why recent photographs taken by Arizona Game and Fish using motion sensor trail cameras are causing such a stir. …

Sportsmen Target Coal Exports

A new report released jointly by the National Wildlife Federation and the Association of Northwest Steelheaders says six port construction projects in Oregon and Washington that would expand U.S. coal exports …

2012 springer

Story from a Salmon Fishing Addict

BP Refuses to Halt Production as Refinery Explodes

Valentine for Bristol Bay- Jewelers oppose Pebble Mine

New EPA Report Looks Toxic for Pebble Mine

Last week the Environmental Protection Agency released a report detailing the entirety of known toxic chemical releases throughout the Pacific Northwest in 2010. The report results- startling, The Alaska results- …

Nebraska Says NO to Keystone XL…Again

Maybe it was the 91 jack-o-lanterns refusing to blink staring up at the Nebraska Governor reminding him the potential number of leaks that would soil the Ogallala aquifer? Or maybe …

Jerry Gotschall

Nebraska Farmers Oppose Keystone XL Pipeline

Recently a colleague of mine Malinda Frevert had the opportunity to travel around the state of Nebraska and speak personally to local farmers and landowners who are concerned about the …

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