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Chris Jones           26-Feb-11  

Subject: TU current climate change policy talk
From: Chris Jones
Email: jpaul7@q.com
Date: 26-Feb-11

What’s Congress Doing to Protect Idaho’s Fish?

Research shows that Idaho’s important cold-water sport fishery is feeling the heat of climate change, and the worst is yet to come. The effects of climate change are especially evident in popular fishing streams like the North Fork Boise and South Fork Salmon.

Zach Cockrum, Trout Unlimited National Climate Fellow, will talk about climate change and Idaho’s trout and salmon at a free public program on Tuesday, March 1 at 7:00 p.m. at the Bureau of Reclamation Snake River Office, 230 Collins Rd., Boise.

Zach will share the latest climate policy news from the Obama administration, federal agencies and Congress as well as discuss the important role of on-the-ground conservation work and citizen involvement. His talk is timely as Idaho Congressman Mike Simpson now chairs an important Congressional subcommittee.

Presented by the Ted Trueblood Chapter of Trout Unlimited, and Idaho Rivers United

For more information call 343-7481.

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