"Clean" Public Land Energy | Fresh Tracks Weekly (Ep. 29)
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This week we catch up with Michael on some sub-zero temp fishing reports.
Oregon is trying to amend its constitution to include the right to hunt and fish, which would make them the 24th state to do so if successful.
The boundary waters recently received protections from hard rock mine leasing for the next two years in a watershed that is a favorite amongst outdoorsmen.
Idaho Game and Fish plans to continue to reduce their wolf population and is about to release their new draft management plan.
The final steps in stopping the Pebble mine in Bristol bay were finalized this week to the rejoice of many advocates.
For the deeper dive, we discuss the push for more green energy developments on public land and question why our lands are so readily made available in the name of renewable energy.
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