For our first ever Thanksgiving post we here at Sage Creek Press want to say thank you to our readers and fans. Whether you found us through the Conservation Angler blog, purchasing our first title, Wyoming Mountains & Home-waters, or just a simple Google search-- thank you so much! We're nothing without you.
This year has been a tumultuous one for anyone who treasures the outdoors, but today is a day to reflect on those things that mean the most to us. This year we'd like to thank our readers for all the things you do like:
Spending time outdoors;
Taking kids outdoors (bonus points if you took them fishing);
Supporting one of your local conservation groups;
Volunteering with your favorite conservation group;
Speaking up on a conservation issue that matter to you.
Yes, it's been a bit of a tough year for those of us that keep a close eye on issues that impact our sport and the environment. With that in mind we would like to finish out today's post with a short list of things to keep your eye on this coming year. These are issues that will affect many of us-- please take the time to have your voice heard on these issues and any that you're passionate about.
The permitting of the worlds largest open pit mine in the headwaters of Bristol Bay;