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Fish Farming business Using Rain Water | How to Construct/Build fish & farm pond | project Part-2
 
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New Concept of Organic Fish Farming Bussines using RainWater. "100 tonne expected output" "Save ground Water, Save Mother Earth" For complete Project Explanation read it down. And don't miss to share this sustainable fishing. Subscribe here for more updates :- https://www.youtube.com/c/AROUNDMYCAMERA Part - 3:- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2VW-jiLW38g Details:- 7-8 million liters storage capacity. This project is about making use of water resources around the farm in a best way. In the above project Harvested RainWater is used for irrigation in dry seasons, and for Fish Farming, cattle farming, plantation crops etc... This pond get fills in 10-15 hours of heavy rain. As because water channel connected to this pond has watershed of about 20-30 hectares..... To get best out of the above video watch it complete, reading subtitles Note:- You can setup Mini Fish/Farm pond in your garden with 1.Polythene sheets, 2.Plastic Welding Gun, 3.Green Shade Net For bigger ponds buy multiple sheets and join them using Welding Gun as shown in the video. To BUY the quality products one could visit the links.... 1.To Buy Polythene sheets:- 1.In India visit: https://amzn.to/2ANrlkz 2.In US visit: https://amzn.to/2KNKtPq 3.In UK visit: https://amzn.to/2OP5BrD 4.In Canada visit: https://amzn.to/2OezDE7 2.To Buy Plastic Welding gun:- 1. In India visit: https://amzn.to/2vICT2R 2. In US visit: https://amzn.to/2OhYmam 3. In UK visit: https://amzn.to/2Kzr2tp 4. In Canada visit: https://amzn.to/2OfUBlW 3. To Buy Shade Net :- 1.In India visit : https://amzn.to/2AF3kKI 2.In USA visit : https://amzn.to/2JvsT3s 3.In UK visit : https://amzn.to/2ADR5hk 4.In Canada visit :https://amzn.to/2AEV9xO Suggestions:- 1.while constructing pond to store try to select area which is situated in lower parts, because it will ensure highest flow of water into the pond 2.As shown in the video if you have natural water channel with some good catchment area try to connect that into the pond, because this will increase the source quantity 3. If you are planning for pond more that an acre or an acre of land then instead of renting JCB you can order one for yourself!!, yes. Because according to our experience, in this project we payed 0.7M INR for JCB ( for cleaning , digging, etc...). But new JCB costs around 2.7M INR, so one can invest that 0.7M INR as Down payment for JCB and buy it. Now once your work(pond work) is complete, your JCB can be sent for rent (with a driver) which will bring you some monthly income, part of which you can use it for monthly installments.....So within few years you will become Owner of the JCB.... This is what we thought once our project was complete. ( we are sharing it because, some one would get benefited.) (Hope it helped) Expected Production Output Details of Fish Farming in 2 Years :- 1. 2018-Jan = We left 4000 fish fry, 5 Different Types of fish in the pond. (Types : Rohu, Catla, Tilapia, Koi, Indian carp) 2. 2018-June = Fish Got multiplied, their were 8k-10k fish in the pond.( Each Fish Weight about 0.5-0.7 KG, (4k) ) 3. 2019-Jan = 20k Fish is Expected in the pond. 4. 2019-June = 40k Fish is Expected 5. 2020-Jan = 40k-80k Fish Expected. Planned Time to Harvest Fish. Fish Fry Takes 6 months to 8 months to gain 1 Kg of weight so in total of 24 months Production is expected as follow :- 1.) 1st Batch, 4K fry Gains 2-2.5 Kg. 2.) 2nd Batch 10K Fish Gains 1.5-2.0 Kg. 3.) 3rd Batch 20K Fish Gaines 1.0-1.5 Kg. 4.) 4th Batch of 40K-80K (Multiplication of 3 batches of fishes) Fish Gaines upto 1 Kg. So on Totaling ( keeping lower limit as target ) 1.) 2Kg*4K = 8K KG 2.)1.5Kg*10K = 15K KG 3.)1Kg*20K = 20K KG 4.)1Kg*60K = 60K KG So on calculating for lower limit, Excepted output is about 60+20+15+8 = 103K KG for 2 years. Note:- 1. Rain Water is made Replaced whenever there is moderate amount of rain fall. And some times even with Ground Water( Both Inlet and Outlet pipes are always open )(Net is tied to pipes to avoid the escape of fish). This process of recirculating water will keep water clean. 2. We are Feeding fish with millets (self grown) , which makes them Completely ORGANIC. 3. Project Construction Cost : 2 Million INR. 4. This pond can hold upto 1 Lakh fish in it, with 1:100 fish and water ratio. And we will update more on Banana Farming using rain water and fish waste. And Ongoing projects where Floriculture, Sericulture is done using rain water. Ask your Queries in comment section below. Thank You... Water flow in channel is shown in our previous video, part - 1 link: https://www.youtube.com/edit?o=U&video_id=GIlnci-h4Pw
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Whooshh: Fish Passage Experiment at Roza Dam
 
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The Yakama Nation Fisheries tested the Whooshh Innovations fish passage system this summer at the Bureau of Reclamation’s Roza Diversion Dam. The Tribe and Reclamation are working together to research fish passage for dams in the Yakima Basin as part of the Yakima Integrated Water Resource Management Plan (http://www.usbr.gov/pn/programs/yrbwep/2011integratedplan/). A tube transport system like the Whooshh might be a good solution for getting adult salmon back into reservoirs.
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How to Become a Water Resources Engineer
 
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Aaron Sutherlin shows you what it's like to be a Water Resource Manager, why he loves his job and what steps you need to take if you would like to be a Water Resource Manager too!
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Mini(Portable) Fish Farming Plant at Musabani , Jharkhand
 
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Those who want to start fish farming but you have low resource in terms of money and land then you can use this Mini(Portable) Fish Farming Plant as a start . This initiative has been taken by Govt. Of India for those who want to start fish farming. We JAMUNA FISHERIES were invited to teach people how to do fish farming means the whole fish farming process . We are so happy for this initiative . Please give a thumbs up , comment in this video, share this video & don't forget to subscribe . Contact Us: Owner: Mr. Ashis Nandi (09609673056) Whats App: +919064788732 Subscribe : https://www.youtube.com/jamunafisheries
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Trout Fishing
 
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Ecological Resource Consultants ( www.erccolorado.net )is a Colorado company offering stream and fishery enhancement services to municipal, commercial and private clients. Services start with site assessment and continue through the design and build process to create sustainable, natural environments. The ERC multidisciplinary team provides innovative and comprehensive solutions for habitat development, conservation, environmental planning, water resource management and regulatory permitting projects. ERC has completed more than 40 projects throughout the US and South America.
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Sustainable Oceans & Seas - Full Video
 
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S.O.S.! Can fishing actually lead to a healthier ecosystem? Saving our oceans & seas is important to all of us. A healthy ecosystem matters. But how can we best do that and balance the needs of humans as well? Thirty years ago, New Zealand’s fisheries – along with much of the rest of the world’s – were on the brink of disaster. Overfishing led to declining fish populations. Something had to change. The result? The Quota Management System, or QMS. Today commercial fishing off New Zealand provides fish for consumers worldwide, an excellent livelihood for fishers, and a stronger, healthier ocean and fish population. How does it work? Come to New Zealand with scholar Johan Norberg and find out! Educators can also get a free DVD version of the video, as well as access a full teacher’s guide and other teaching resources by creating a free account at http://www.izzit.org. Subject Areas: ■ Business/Family & Consumer Science ■ Economics ■ World History/Geography ■ Science & Technology Topics: ■ Environmental Issues ■ Fishing ■ Maori ■ New Zealand ■ Oceans & Seas ■ Quota Management System ■ Sustainability ■ Tragedy of the Commons Want more great FREE educational stuff to go with this video? Head over to http://www.izzit.org and grab the full teacher’s guide, use the online quizzes, find additional educational resources and more! Check out our Facebook page here: https://www.facebook.com/izzit Visit our other educational programs here: http://www.izzit.org/products/index.php Make sure you enroll as an izzit.org member to receive your FREE teacher resources, click here to sign up now: http://www.izzit.org/join/index.php You can Tweet at us here: https://twitter.com/izzit_org Find us on Pinterest here: https://www.pinterest.com/izzitorg
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Biosecurity and recreational fishing
 
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This is Jeff. Jeff doesn’t realise he’s about to make a big biosecurity blunder! Like most of us, Jeff doesn’t realise that by tossing that diseased fish, he’s putting Australia’s biosecurity status at risk. As you can see, Jeff’s actions have flow-on effects to our environment, including our waterways and marine life. This also affects people like Ned a local fisherman, Riley the beach tour guide, Kye the surf shop owner, and Donna who runs the local fish and chip shop. Even poor Ruth isn’t able to find fish for her dinner. As you can see, Jeff’s actions have flow on affects to the whole community. Thankfully this can be avoided, by knowing what to do if you see something weird. Like sally, Jeff’s girlfriend. Jeff may think he lives in a bubble, but the rest of us don’t. Biosecurity is everyone’s responsibility; it affects what we eat, how we earn our living and what we do for fun. If you see something weird, don’t be a Jeff! SEE. SECURE. REPORT. Find out more at http://www.agriculture.gov.au/dontbeajeff
Lake Tanganyika awareness raising campaign amongst fishing communities (Burundi) FAO (en)
 
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Lake Tanganyika represents 17% of the world’s surface freshwater and has a wide variety of fish species. It is also the longest fresh water body on the planet stretching for a length of 676 km. The lake is shared by four countries: Tanzania, Democratic Republic of Congo, Burundi and Zambia. Fisheries production on Lake Tanganyika in the past 40 years has undergone considerable change. Pressures on the lake and its resources have increased alarmingly. In recent ongoing discussions held with partners, stakeholders and beneficiaries to ensure coherence and coordination of support in line with needs and efforts of national and regional institutions in Africa, it was agreed to strengthen the capacity of the Lake Tanganyika Authority (LTA) to contribute to updating and implementing the Lake Tanganyika Framework Fisheries Management Plan. A set of activities were identified and agreed on in order to enhance the sustainable exploitation of the lake, add to robustness of recent achievements of the LTA while strengthening LTA’s capacity to perform its mandate. In this context, SmartFish FAO supported LTA for “The participation of fishing communities in the sustainable use of living and non-living resources of Lake Tanganyika”. The main activity was the production of four participatory videos, streaming of short stories on key issues related to the management and conservation of Lake Tanganyika. The videos were tools in the activities of awareness for the fishing communities by LTA and its partners. Each video was articulated around one theme: 1. The dangers of the use of illegal fishing instruments 2. Co-management of resources 3. Hygiene on fish landing and beaches 4. Alternative income generating activities for the fishing communities. A mobile sensitization campaign in three fishing lands on the shore of Lake Tanganyika took place in early 2014. In total, it is more than 6000 people in 4 communities that have been reached by these activities together with the 1262 Federation members. Formative assessment suggests that awareness - learning process has improved significantly as indicated by the assessments before and after the projections of films. Created: 2014 Credits: SmartFish FAO
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Walleye Management Plan in Lake Champlain
 
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Anglers concerns about declining numbers of walleye in Lake Champlain lead to the development of a walleye management plan in 1999. This program is helping to improve walleye numbers in the lake.
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DNR conservation officer measuring ice
 
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Minnesota conservation officer Garrett Thomas demonstrates a safe way to measure the thickness of the ice when planning to walk out over your favorite lake.
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Nigeria’s Fish Farmers Take New Paths to Profitability
 
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For many Nigerian farmers, aquaculture means opportunity. The West Africa Agricultural Productivity Program, or WAAPP, is helping make fish farms more productive, so that they can feed more Nigerians. And with innovations like the 'Smoking King' which extend the shelf-life of one of Nigeria’s staple foods, fish farming is becoming more profitable.
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[Project Video] The development of smart groundwater management system in the Kingdom of Tonga
 
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Through this project, the four main components are derived: • Installation of the real-time Tonga GroundWater Monitoring System (ToGWMS) • Development of the Tonga GroundWater Flow Model (ToGFlow) • Research on climate change impact, future water balance & water demand, and the establishment of the long-term water resources management plan • Development of the web GIS-based Tonga GroundWater Information System (ToGWIS) for stakeholders
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Whitemans Creek Drought Planning
 
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The Grand River Conservation Authority is building on the success of their 2013 Water Resource Adaptation Management Initiative (WRAMI) project. The 2014 project is part of the Water Adaptation Management and Quality Initiative (WAMQI). This continuation includes assisting farmers with pond renovations and reducing the stress of agricultural water taking from the Whitemans Creek Subwatershed. This project will encourage farmers to monitor water taking more closely and record soil moisture information to determine exactly what the water needs are for their crops. For more information about this project and other WAMQI projects, visit http://www.farmfoodcare.org/environment/10-farm-food-care/environment/342-wamqi
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How to Catch MONSTER Mutton Snapper Fishing Key Largo | Catch N Cook
 
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I head out to the key largo patch reefs to go fishing for some mangrove snapper, but end up landing 2 monsters. A monster mutton snapper and the other is a mystery! Watch to find out... ▬▬▬▬ The fishing equipment I'm using in my video ▬▬▬▬ Plan a call with me to find out if my 'Affiliate Creator Program' is right for getting more leads to your product or service: https://enzlo.com Find the best fishing maps loaded with spots: https://flfishingspots.com Braid Godline - https://fsir.co/2kmdYwa Or buy direct from FishingSir - https://fsir.co/2AbrR7l *Electric Reel/Rod* Diawa Tanacom 1000 Electric Reel - http://amzn.to/2yKguCG Daiwa Saltiga Deep Drop Rod - http://amzn.to/2zJAQPB Daiwa Saltiga Boat Braided Line - http://amzn.to/2hE01g9 *Verticle Jigging Reel/Rod* Reel SpinFisher V6500 - http://amzn.to/2zNaASu SSV3080S66 Fast Action Rod - http://amzn.to/2zLPEeG *Trolling Reel/Rod* (i love love love the shimano tld25, have 2) Shimano TLD25 - http://amzn.to/2zLyvla Star Rod - http://amzn.to/2yKepq5 *Inshore/Patchreef Reels* (all rods are just regular stocks) SPINFISHER V4500 - http://amzn.to/2hD4tf2 Penn Batttle II 3000 - http://amzn.to/2ik8GkQ Penn Fierce II - http://amzn.to/2zKLFBf ***My video equipment*** Gopro hero3 black - http://amzn.to/2yIZRHx The wind mic I use on the gopro - http://amzn.to/2zNHYIP My phone (use it for a lot of my footage) - http://amzn.to/2yKyvRh My computer (great for gaming & video editing) - http://amzn.to/2zKBUmf ***Other gear/stuff I use and would recommend to my viewers*** My Chum holder - http://amzn.to/2ANecE5 My boat cutting board - My life jacket - http://amzn.to/2yKyPzt My Simrad touchscreen GPS/Sonar Fish finder - http://amzn.to/2jvfPSO My knife sharpening stone - http://amzn.to/2z6jugU My favorite lure inshore and even offshore (use just 1 big J hook when using offshore) - http://amzn.to/2yK6pp6 Big arsh dive flag for cheap - http://amzn.to/2zMPSCs ***My boat is a 236cc Key Largo Center Console w/ a 200HP Mercury Saltwater Series. ***They no longer make these boats so she's a classic forever and ever. ▬▬▬▬ HELP MY CHANNEL OUT FOR A SHOUTOUT ▬▬▬▬ ► Creating these fishing videos takes a lot of resources and time. All help is greatly appreciated! Send Amazon gift card to: heiko@southfloridafishingchannel.com Paypal: heiko@southfloridafishingchannel.com ► buy anything on Amazon just like normal through my Amazon gateway, no difference to you! http://amzn.to/2iZ20Jo Have an urge to send me stuff? ...or want me to use your boat/fishing/hunting product in my videos? Email me: Heiko@southfloridafishingchannel.com **** In this video: I end up putting a lot of fish on the boat on this patch reef fishing trip off Key Largo, Florida. Just south of Tavernier creek to be specific. So you can be sure that this is going to be a catch n cook. Or as all the cool kids say, a catch clean cook. I anchor in 15 ft of water on the patch reefs and the first thing I do is put out 2 chum blocks. This gets the snapper fired up. Yellowtail snapper, mangrove snapper and the mutton snapper are all fish that show up on this fishing trip. I loaded this fishing video up with tons of how to methods. Mainly you will learn how to catch mutton snapper and how to catch all the other types of fish I put on the boat. I also show you how to clean and cook the fish at the end of the video. I was catching a lot of small snapper and then was able to catch some ballyhoo for bait. The cut ballyhoo caught me a nice mangrove snapper, but as I was reeling it in a monster barracuda grabbed it! A great fish fight ensued with the barracuda and I landed it with only using mono line. No wire. That's right! I will use this barracuda for deep drop bait. Sorry no catch and cook with this guy! It's not much longer until I get a huge bite! And no this is not another barracuda. It's a MONSTER mutton snapper. The fishing couldn't be better here in Key Largo. Man do I love Florida! I catch a second keeper mutton snapper but released. Also caught a grouper and called it a day. I run back home and clean the mutton snapper before the sun goes down. Catch clean and cook this guy before it gets too dark to see. If you enjoyed this Catch N Cook hit that like button and subscribe to my channel, I appreciate all the help you guys give me in the comments and look forward to making many more videos to help show how to catch fish.
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Africa Water Resources
 
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Africa Water Resources Atlas - challenges and opportunities. The atlas combines visual time series imagery to visually show how climate change threatens the fresh water resources on the African continent. Using satellite pictures taken over long periods of time, the atlas now makes it possible for us to see changes that we were not able to see just 10 to 20 years ago.
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Primitive SPEAR hunting FISH - Catch and Cook! (SPEARFISHING)
 
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Watch Made for the Wild: https://www.mybluprint.com/playlist/11659/21821 In this adventure I show you how to catch some monster catfish with a primitive DIY spear that I made down my creek. Along the journey I see some eels, tilapia, perch and catfish. Ep 1: NAVIGATION  (8’36) Discover how your natural surroundings can help you find your way as you learn to plot the direction of the sun with a shadow stick, and make a floating compass with a leaf and magnetically-charged needle. Miller explains how stargazing and finding higher ground have also helped explorers through the ages. Ep 2: SHELTER (11’52) Why is a raised platform the best option for sleeping and staying safe from the elements? Find out as you learn to make a sleeping platform out of natural materials. Miller also reveals the safest spots for your shelter. Ep 3: CAMPFIRE  (11’33) Once you’ve made your shelter, it’s time to keep warm by the fire. But first you have to build it! Look at the science behind fire as you learn the essential steps to campfire safety. Ep 4: WATER (9’13) In the wild, water is your greatest need. Without it, your chances of survival are zero. Learn how to purify creek water and harvest water from a plant. Afterwards, Miller puts his knot-tying skills to the test as he makes a rope swing that’ll help him launch into a favorite swimming hole. Ep 5: STAYING SAFE  (10’40) What to prepare for a successful trip? From planning to packing, Miller’s got you covered. First he fashions a makeshift shoe from a banana leaf and grass rope, sharing knife safety tips along the way. Then he makes a wild-made fishing rod. Plus, find out how to identify (and avoid!) snakes, centipedes, leeches and other creepy-crawlies. Don’t just survive in the wild — learn how to THRIVE in your natural surroundings with experienced outdoorskid Miller Wilson as your guide. Shot in the Australian wilderness where Miller calls home, this kid-friendly series shows you how to make it in the wild using only outdoor resources. With Miller’s creative survival skills and bushcrafting know-how, you’ll be prepared for any adventure.
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Carp Madness - Commercial Fishing Tournament
 
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Asian Carp, brought over from the far east to aid in cleaning commercial fish ponds in Arkansas. It seemed like a good idea at the time; however, it all went bad when the Mississippi River flooded in the 1970's and they escaped into the wild. Now they are taking over rivers and lakes along the Mississippi, Ohio and connected waters. The Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources is addressing this problem and one possible solution to that problem in this edition of Kentucky Afield TV. ***UPDATE**** Two Rivers Fisheries in Wickliffe, KY is taking a run at the Asian Carp market. With an abundance of Bighead and Silver carp in nearby waterways, the fish market is set to process and sell these fish for consumption. Commercial fishermen have often said if you pay us for the invasive carp we will catch them and that is exactly what is happening in Western Kentucky. Watch the video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MHkM1LQosFs Other shows Kentucky Afield has on the Asian and Bighead Carp... -Bowfishing for bigheads, how to clean them and several recipes: Part 1: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vWYm_inOAgg Part 2: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W_Wcy-xILSQ -Kentucky State University's plan to market these fish: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8SNtJo958BM -Bowfishing at night for bigheads: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F_tae_H7W5s -More indepth interviews with Fisheries Director Ron Brooks on the problem: -http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lBH_XdaGtYE -http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ojBoSQTkDts
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Family Fishing in the Livingstone and Porcupine Hills
 
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Rob and his father Joseph Lothian have been fishing the rivers of southwest Alberta for over 70 years. To ensure the next generation of Albertans can do the same, visit https://talkaep.alberta.ca/livingstone-porcupine-hills-footprint-and-recreation-planning _________________________________________________________________ The Forests of Southern Albertan provide water, sustain fish and wildlife and offer some of our best outdoor recreation and tourism opportunities. But pressures on Alberta’s land and resources are mounting. Good land-use planning ensures that our public lands are properly managed for Albertans now and into the future. Land Footprint Management Plan(LFMP) and Recreation Management Plan (RMP) have been drafted for the Porcupine Hills and Livingstone regions. These recently released plans are an important step to preserving our outdoor heritage and protecting Alberta’s headwaters now and for future generations.
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February 29th 2016 Wasco Update On Drought Management Plan - AK
 
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Just over two weeks after the water resource management authority urged members of the public to brace for further extreme drought conditions, the water and sewerage company (Wasco) has announced a raft of measures to be employed in the coming months, to mitigate the current dry conditions. Company officials also provided an update on the country’s water situation.
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Float Fishing For Carp
 
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Carp angling has developed its own cult status and techniques where putting in long hours, often without result, are required for a sniff of big fish success. Here Graeme Pullen demonstrates a different approach which is capable of producing end to end action, along with some very good fish.
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Fisher River Integrated Watershed Management Plan: Stories from the Watershed
 
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The Fisher River Integrated Watershed Management Plan is a 10 year roadmap for the protection, restoration and management of land and water within the Fisher River Watershed. The plan was developed in partnership with the East Interlake Conservation District, the Province of Manitoba, Fisher River Cree Nation, Peguis First Nation, local municipalities, community stakeholders and a vibrant group of watershed residents. The plan includes actions to address four watershed goals which were identified as priorities by watershed residents.
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Catch and Rig Ballyhoo | Fishing Offshore Key Largo | Catch N Cook
 
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My first video attempt to show how I catch and rig ballyhoo for trolling. I catch the ballyhoo on the key largo patch reefs and then use them for fishing offshore. Enjoy this Catch N Cook! ▬▬▬▬ The fishing equipment I'm using in my video ▬▬▬▬ Plan a call with me to find out if my 'Affiliate Creator Program' is right for getting more leads to your product or service: https://enzlo.com Find Fishing Spots: FLfishingSpots.com ^^^ Tell em Heiko sent ya! *Electric Reel/Rod* Diawa Tanacom 1000 Electric Reel - http://amzn.to/2yKguCG Daiwa Saltiga Deep Drop Rod - http://amzn.to/2zJAQPB Daiwa Saltiga Boat Braided Line - http://amzn.to/2hE01g9 *Verticle Jigging Reel/Rod* Reel SpinFisher V6500 - http://amzn.to/2zNaASu SSV3080S66 Fast Action Rod - http://amzn.to/2zLPEeG *Trolling Reel/Rod* (i love love love the shimano tld25, have 2) Shimano TLD25 - http://amzn.to/2zLyvla Star Rod - http://amzn.to/2yKepq5 *Inshore/Patchreef Reels* (all rods are just regular stocks) SPINFISHER V4500 - http://amzn.to/2hD4tf2 Penn Batttle II 3000 - http://amzn.to/2ik8GkQ Penn Fierce II - http://amzn.to/2zKLFBf ***My video equipment*** Gopro hero3 black - http://amzn.to/2yIZRHx The wind mic I use on the gopro - http://amzn.to/2zNHYIP My phone (use it for a lot of my footage) - http://amzn.to/2yKyvRh My computer (great for gaming & video editing) - http://amzn.to/2zKBUmf ***Other gear/stuff I use and would recommend to my viewers*** My Chum holder - http://amzn.to/2ANecE5 My boat cutting board - http://amzn.to/2iLdWhf My life jacket - http://amzn.to/2yKyPzt My Simrad touchscreen GPS/Sonar Fish finder - http://amzn.to/2jvfPSO My knife sharpening stone - http://amzn.to/2z6jugU My favorite lure inshore and even offshore (use just 1 big J hook when using offshore) - http://amzn.to/2yK6pp6 Big arsh dive flag for cheap - http://amzn.to/2zMPSCs ***My boat is a 236cc Key Largo Center Console w/ a 200HP Mercury Saltwater Series. ***They no longer make these boats so she's a classic forever and ever. ▬▬ HELP MY CHANNEL OUT (Marina Gas Prices Kill Me) ▬▬▬ ► Creating these fishing videos takes a lot of resources and time. All help is greatly appreciated! Send Amazon gift card or paypal to: heiko@southfloridafishingchannel.com Everything I get I'm putting towards new fishing gear for bigger and better videos! Have fishing gear you don't need? ...or want me to use your boat/fishing/hunting product in my videos? Email me: Heiko@southfloridafishingchannel.com **** In this video: I stop at the Tavernier Creek Marina for some fuel, chum and bait. Then I head out to some good grassy patch reef bottom here in Key Largo. I'm running to a spot I found on my map from FLfishingSpots.com about 1.5 miles southeast from the tavernier creek cut. I put out a chum bag and it's not long before the ballyhoo show up. On this episode I will you 2 methods on how to catch ballyhoo.These are live ballyhoo and you can keep them live if you want. I plan on rigging the ballyhoo for trolling so I will not be keeping them live in the livewell. I will use a net to cast net the ballyhoo. This is one method to catch ballyhoo. The other ballyhoo catching trick I will use is a small gold hook. You just tip the hook with chum or in my case some thread herring and the ballyhoo will eat it right up. Drop the hook in your chum slick and it doesn't take long. A ballyhoo will eat your bait and you will have one more great trolling bait! I will also show you how to rig ballyhoo for trolling. I will use two different methods of rigging the ballyhoo. Both methods use a double hook setup. wire leader and a copper wire. Use about 2 feet of metal wire leader. In this video I use #80lb wire. The copper is used to fasten the ballyhoo to the front of the leader wire. This way it pulls from the front of the ballyhoo in the water to prevent spinning. You never want your ballyhoo to spin in the water! I also cast out and catch some mutton snapper and grouper. Enough key largo patch reef fishing! Let's go fishing offshore. In less than a couple miles I'm at the reefs edge in 130ft of water. I troll the ballyhoo here. Then I run to some wrecks. Mark fish but no bites. Then I run further offshore and hook up on a nice black fin tuna. Sushi time! I can't wait to cook these up. This will be a great catch n cook. I troll the ballyhoo some more and then troll the patch reef for grouper. I'm tired of fishing and want to start my catch n cook. In this episode I catch and cook a snapper and the black fin tuna. I catch clean and cook . I keep the fish on ice overnight. descale the snapper and fry it whole. The tuna I turned into some seared sashimi with a coconut and panko breading crust. It was an amazing catch n cook! If you enjoyed this video hit that like button and subscribe to my channel, I appreciate all the help you guys give me in the comments and look forward to making many more videos to help show how to catch fish.
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Deep Sea Fish Farming in Geodesic Domes: Upgrade
 
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In this episode of Upgrade, Motherboard goes to Baja California, Mexico to get a firsthand look at these free floating pods, and to get an understanding for why we need better ways to cultivate our future food sources. Whether it’s found on a plate of sushi, grilled in our backyard, or thrown on pasta, seafood is a staple for many diets around the world, and demand is growing. And as the commercial seafood industry booms, fish stocks worldwide face perilous declines. We’ve surpassed our capacity to sustainably fish wild caught fish, shrimp, and mollusks from the ocean, and so we’ve turned to aquaculture, or fish farming, as a strategy to meet demand for our growing appetites for water-borne critters. The aquaculture industry is growing fast. According to the FAO, per capita production of seafood from aquaculture has increased 6.9 percent annually since 1970. Unfortunately for us and for our Earth, current methods of fish farming often involve crowded, tethered pens, which can have poor water circulation and contribute to the spread of disease, and put large amounts of environmental stress on the surrounding waterways. This is where Steve Page of Ocean Farm Technologies comes in. Taking inspiration from naturally-occurring schools of fish and Buckminster Fuller’s geodesic domes, Page co-designed the Aquapod, a free floating, untethered deep ocean fish habitat which reduces overcrowding, and creates less stress on surrounding environments due to its unique ability to change location with the ocean's current. Subscribe to MOTHERBOARD: http://bit.ly/Subscribe-To-MOTHERBOARD Follow MOTHERBOARD Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/motherboardtv Twitter: http://twitter.com/motherboard Tumblr: http://motherboardtv.tumblr.com/ Instagram: http://instagram.com/motherboardtv
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Future - Low Life (Official Music Video) ft. The Weeknd
 
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NEW album "FUTURE" available at: iTunes: http://smarturl.it/FUTURE.iTunes Apple Music: http://smarturl.it/FUTURE.AM Spotify: http://smarturl.it/FUTURE.Sptfy Google Play: http://smarturl.it/FUTURE.GP Amazon Digital: http://smarturl.it/FUTURE.Dig Deezer: http://smarturl.it/FUTURE.Dzr Soundcloud: http://smarturl.it/FUTURE.SC Tidal: http://smarturl.it/FUTURE.Tidal "EVOL" at available at: iTunes: http://smarturl.it/FUTURE.EVOL Amazon MP3: http://smarturl.it/EVOL_Amazon Spotify: http://smarturl.it/EVOL_Spotify Google Play: http://smarturl.it/EVOL_GP www.futurefreebandz.com www.facebook.com/futureofficial www.twitter.com/1future www.instagram.com/future www.youtube.com/officialfuturevideos www.soundcloud.com/futureisnow (C) 2016 Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment #Future #LowLife #Vevo #HipHop #OfficialMusicVIdeo #TheWeeknd
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FISHERIES:  RESTORATION IN UTAH at 2015 RFHP Conference
 
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2015 RESERVOIR FISHERIES HABITAT PARTNERSHIP "Rejuvenating Reservoirs" Annual Conference [PARTNERING & PLANNING] https://youtu.be/1oVH6PZ520A Friday 8:00 AM to 10:10 AM I. Partnering to Improve Fisheries Habitat in Reservoirs Across the Nation (Jeff Boxrucker – RFHP Chair) II. Best Management Practices for Enhancing Fish Habitat In Reservoirs (Steve Miranda - Mississippi State University) III. Fish Habitat Improvement in Kentucky: Go Big (Jeremy Shiflet - Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources) [MAXIMIZING POTENTIAL] https://youtu.be/9_ko-CgQIgw Friday 10:40 AM to 12:20 PM I. Untapped Potential: Impoundment Fisheries Management in Australia (Andrew Norris – Department of Agriculture & Fisheries, Queensland Australia) II. Comparison of Natural Brush and Synthetic (Plastic) Fish Attractors in Florida Lakes and Reservoirs (Dustin Everitt - Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission) III. Evaluating Fish Habitat Enhancement Projects in North Carolina Piedmont Reservoirs (Mark Fowlkes - North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission) [RESTORATION IN UTAH] https://youtu.be/bx472Q5Hb5Y Friday 1:30 PM to 3:00 PM I. Shoreline Habitat improvements at Rockport Reservoir (Chris Penne – Utah Division of Wildlife Resources) II. Boater Infrastructure Providing Fish Habitat (Craig Walker – Utah Division of Wildlife Resources ) III. Water Quality and Reservoir Fisheries (Kari Lundeen – Utah Division of Water Quality) [RESERVOIR AGING AND ASSESSMENT] https://youtu.be/19BwNfb2Kk4 Friday 3:30 PM to 4:50 PM I. Development of the Reservoir Morphological Database (Kirk Rodgers – U.S. Geological Survey) II. Fish in Paleochannels of the Lower Mississippi River Alluvial Valley (Steve Miranda – Mississippi State University) [REESTABLISHING AQUATIC VEGETATION] https://youtu.be/Zr029SIdlH0 Saturday 8:00 AM to 10:30 AM I. Establishing Aquatic Plants in Reservoirs: Why and How (Richard Ott – Texas Parks and Wildlife) II. Enhancing Structure and Function of the Shoreline Zone at Elephant Butte Reservoir. Kala Scarafiotti - Ruidoso High School, New Mexico) III. Preparing for Planting in Utah Reservoirs (Eric Wagner – Utah Division of Wildlife Resources) IV. Reestablishing Native Vegetation in Lake Livingston, Texas through Partnerships (Tom McDonough – Lake Livingston Friends of Reservoirs) [CASE STUDIES AND THE FUTURE OF MONITORING] https://youtu.be/TM1mrIJiWM4 Saturday 11:00 AM to 1:10 PM I. Fish Habitat Improvement Projects at Nessmuk and Glade Run Lakes (Ben Page – Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission) II. From Farmland to Fishery: Creating Fish and Wildlife Habitat at a new Florida Reservoir (Dustin Everitt - Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission) III. The Death and Holistic Revitalization of a Reservoir, the Case of Lake Wichita, Texas (Tom Lang – Texas Parks and Wildlife) IV. Reservoir Rehabilitation Tactics: Lessons learned from the Nebraska Aquatic Habitat Program (Mark Porath - Nebraska Game and Parks Commission) ORGANIZING / SPONSORING ORGANIZATIONS: Reservoir Fisheries Habitat Partnership http://www.reservoirpartnership.org FRIENDS OF RESERVOIRS http://www.reservoirpartnership.org/
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Climate change impacts on water resources of American Indians and Alaskan Natives in the U.S.
 
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K. Chief, Cozzetto K., K. Dittmer, M. Brubaker, R. Gough, K. Souza, F. Ettawageshik, S. Wotkyns, S. Opitz-Stapleton, S. Duren, and P. Chavan. 2013. Climate Change Impacts on the Water Resources of American Indians and Alaska Natives in the U.S. Climatic Change. Biennial Conference of Science and Management on the Colorado Plateau, September 18, 2013, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, AZ. Based on publication located at: http://bit.ly/tribal-climate Citation is: Cozzetto K., K. Chief, K. Dittmer, M. Brubaker, R. Gough, K. Souza, F. Ettawageshik, S. Wotkyns, S. Opitz-Stapleton, S. Duren, and P. Chavan. 2013. Climate Change Impacts on the Water Resources of American Indians and Alaska Natives in the U.S. Climatic Change. DOI# 10.1007/s10584-013-0852-y. Abstract: This paper provides an overview of climate change impacts on tribal water resources and the subsequent cascading effects on the livelihoods and cultures of American Indians and Alaska Natives living on tribal lands in the U.S. A hazards and vulnerability framework for understanding these impacts is first presented followed by context on the framework components, including climate, hydrologic, and ecosystem changes (i.e. hazards) and tribe-specific vulnerability factors (socioeconomic, political, infrastructural, environmental, spiritual and cultural), which when combined with hazards lead to impacts. Next regional summaries of impacts around the U.S. are discussed. Although each tribal community experiences unique sets of impacts because of their individual history, culture, and geographic setting, many of the observed impacts are common among different groups and can be categorized as impacts on—1) water supply and management (including water sources and infrastructure), 2) aquatic species important for culture and subsistence, 3) ranching and agriculture particularly from climate extremes (e.g., droughts, floods), 4) tribal sovereignty and rights associated with water resources, fishing, hunting, and gathering, and 5) soil quality (e.g., from coastal and riverine erosion prompting tribal relocation or from drought-related land degradation). The paper finishes by highlighting potentially relevant research questions based on the five impact categories.
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Water Supply in Western CT Conference Part 6
 
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A Collaborative Approach to Water Resource Management for the Pomperaug River. Presenters: Len DeJong, Executive Director, Pomperaug River Watershed Coalition, and David Radka, Director of Water Resources and Planning, The Connecticut Water Company An example of a cooperative plan between a watershed group and a water utility to share water resources for the protection of both supply and healthy rivers This is Part 6 (of 6) of Water Supply in Western Connecticut Conference, presented by Rivers Alliance of CT, with support from The CT Community Foundation. Conference website: http://www.riversalliance.org/Water%20Supply%20Conference/WSConferenceAgenda.php Conference was Friday May 18, 2018 at the Roxbury Town Hall Purpose of the conference was to provide useful information on current and changing conditions and policy affecting water supply in western Connecticut. Topics included: current conditions in western CT, will today’s water sources serve tomorrow’s needs--economic, environmental and recreational, is there even enough water for our present needs, what should I know about my home, town, and region’s water supply, what actions can I take to ensure that we all have adequate and safe water supplies for the future. Audience was town and regional officials, land-use planners, watershed groups, garden clubs, fishing clubs, business associations, and interested citizens. Conference Steering Committee: Dan Lawrence, Len Dejong, Margaret Miner, Martha Smith Conference was free to attend. Many thanks to Kevin Zak, professional videographer and President of the Naugatuck River Revival Group.
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ACA Fish stocking program impacted by Whirling Disease
 
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According to ACA president and CEO Todd Zimmerling a total of 11 water bodies will be taken off the fish stocking program due to the potential they may be infected with Whirling disease. Still there are an additional 50 water bodies that have not been affected so plans to stock them are moving forward. A total of 70,000 trout will be introduced to these ponds.
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Webinar: Effects of Climate Change on Inland Fish and Fisheries
 
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Webinar: Effects of Climate Change on Inland Fish and Fisheries: Global, North American, and Management Perspectives Hosted by AFWA’s Climate Change Committee and Fisheries and Water Resources Policy Committee Join us for a webinar featuring research from the USGS’s National Climate Change and Wildlife Science Center. The presentation will cover documented and projected effects of climate change on inland fishes and proposed opportunities for adaptation. The speakers will draw from two important publications including “Global synthesis of the documented and projected effects of climate change on inland fishes” and “Climate change effects on North American inland fish populations and assemblages”. Speakers Abigail J. Lynch, USGS, National Climate Change and Wildlife Science Center Bonnie J. E. Myers, USGS, National Climate Change and Wildlife Science Center
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How to make a fish trap in 30 seconds
 
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With the help of such fish trap you can catch a small fish, such as minnow, loach, gudgeon. It has been noticed that because of the big natural curiosity gudgeons often swim into the traps without bait! Video lesson of a trap may be used both for an ordinary fishing using bait fish and extreme situation is survival conditions, when you intend to eat caught fish. https://www.twitch.tv/romanursuvlogs FB: https://www.facebook.com/romanursuhack INSTAGRAM: https://instagram.com/romanursu Main channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/romanursuhack ___ Welcome to my channel Roman UrsuHack where you will learn how to make hand made crafts, New Year crafts, presents, toys, Halloween scares. The main thing is that one can make it at home and with one's own hands. You are interested in handiwork, craft or you just have nothing to do, haven't you? You have found the channel you really need. Here you can find lots of crafts, hand made items, and the main thing is that they all made of make-shifts and at the lowest cost!
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A Man made Tragedy:  The Overexploitation of Fish Stocks
 
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Fish is an invaluable resource for food security, export and income generation. It is key to the livelihoods of millions of people, especially coastal populations. But close to 90% of the world’s marine fish stocks are fully exploited, overexploited or depleted. Yet many countries spend m billions of dollars in subsidies that contribute to overfishing. UNCTAD, UNEP and FAO proposed a roadmap to eliminate harmful subsidies. This is not the only solution, but is a crucial step to stop the tragedy already happening in the seas. Website: unctad.org
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Nile Document and Fisheries Resources in Egypt
 
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Breakfast Show on Monday 20 April 2015 - Nile Document Inked by President Sisi - Fisheries Resources Planning and Management - Environmental Impact of GERD on Water Quality Arriving to Egypt.
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It's All About That Angle (LINES TANGLED)
 
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We were able to get on a new body of water that we have never fished before. Lake maps, Navionics, DNR fish reports, and other resources pointed us to locations on the lake we thought we could get it done. When it doesn't always go your way, don't hesitate to change up your game plan! We did just that and were able to get on a few crappies. Until next time, keep er tuned! Thanks for watching! Please Like and Subscribe! Instagram: Lured In Outdoors - @luredinoutdoors Noah - @noah.m.erickson Crofty - @croft.connor.lio Jared - @jared.b.dahl
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Yukon Kings
 
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Set in the remote Alaskan Yukon Delta, Yukon Kings follows Yup'ik fisherman Ray Waska as he teaches his grandkids how to fish during the summer salmon run. With environmental and cultural forces threatening their subsistence way of life, Ray holds onto the hope that his grandsons will one day pass on the traditional knowledge to their children. Want to learn more? Check out the accompanying lesson plan to this film: https://www.globalonenessproject.org/resources/lesson-plans/resiliency-among-salmon-people
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Restoring Mirror Lake
 
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The Delaware Department of Natural Resource and Environmental Control has announced the proposed plan and specifications for the project that will clean-up and restore Mirror Lake in Dover. The innovative plan, part of a subaqueous lands application, will use activated carbon -- the same technology in many water filters -- to bind contaminants in lake sediments, significantly improving the health of Mirror Lake. A 2014 Delaware Press Association Award-winner. DNREC videos are produced in full 1080HD. Please adjust your YouTube settings accordingly.
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Bow River: Water Management
 
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Episode Six -- Why the same amount of water in the Bow River does way more than it used to -- and will do even more in the future. Water is the lifeblood of southern Alberta and the Bow River is critical to the health of the Region. This educational series of vignettes, shot in spectacular High Definition, takes the viewer on a journey of Water Stewardship of the Bow River and how that stewardship affects life in the Bow Basin. Designed for both students and general audiences, the series looks at the importance of irrigation to life in Southern Alberta. In fact, irrigation feeds 40% of the world's population, and not insignificantly in the Bow Basin. Not many of us know the rich history of irrigation in Alberta and how appropriate stewardship of the finite resources of the Bow River continue to benefit all of us -- both urban and rural residents. From food production to ecological protection to recreational opportunities, the series paints a fascinating and not-well-understood story of the real Bow River -- not only it's beauty, but its enduring qualities to sustain life, and of the people whose job it is to keep it that way.
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Stopping Federal Agencies from Purchasing Scare California Water for Fish
 
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May 1, 2015 -- House of Representatives Adopts McClintock Amendment to Stop Federal Agencies from Purchasing Scarce California Water for Fish: The House of Representatives adopted an amendment by Congressman Tom McClintock to forbid federal agencies from buying up scarce water during California’s catastrophic drought in order to release it into rivers to meet environmental requirements. The amendment was adopted today as part of the Fiscal Year 2016 Energy and Water Appropriations Act. www.mcclintock.house.gov
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FISHERIES: RESERVOIR AGING AND ASSESSMENT at 2015 RFHP Conference
 
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2015 RESERVOIR FISHERIES HABITAT PARTNERSHIP "Rejuvenating Reservoirs" Annual Conference [PARTNERING & PLANNING] https://youtu.be/1oVH6PZ520A Friday 8:00 AM to 10:10 AM I. Partnering to Improve Fisheries Habitat in Reservoirs Across the Nation (Jeff Boxrucker – RFHP Chair) II. Best Management Practices for Enhancing Fish Habitat In Reservoirs (Steve Miranda - Mississippi State University) III. Fish Habitat Improvement in Kentucky: Go Big (Jeremy Shiflet - Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources) [MAXIMIZING POTENTIAL] https://youtu.be/9_ko-CgQIgw Friday 10:40 AM to 12:20 PM I. Untapped Potential: Impoundment Fisheries Management in Australia (Andrew Norris – Department of Agriculture & Fisheries, Queensland Australia) II. Comparison of Natural Brush and Synthetic (Plastic) Fish Attractors in Florida Lakes and Reservoirs (Dustin Everitt - Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission) III. Evaluating Fish Habitat Enhancement Projects in North Carolina Piedmont Reservoirs (Mark Fowlkes - North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission) [RESTORATION IN UTAH] https://youtu.be/bx472Q5Hb5Y Friday 1:30 PM to 3:00 PM I. Shoreline Habitat improvements at Rockport Reservoir (Chris Penne – Utah Division of Wildlife Resources) II. Boater Infrastructure Providing Fish Habitat (Craig Walker – Utah Division of Wildlife Resources ) III. Water Quality and Reservoir Fisheries (Kari Lundeen – Utah Division of Water Quality) [RESERVOIR AGING AND ASSESSMENT] https://youtu.be/19BwNfb2Kk4 Friday 3:30 PM to 4:50 PM I. Development of the Reservoir Morphological Database (Kirk Rodgers – U.S. Geological Survey) II. Fish in Paleochannels of the Lower Mississippi River Alluvial Valley (Steve Miranda – Mississippi State University) [REESTABLISHING AQUATIC VEGETATION] https://youtu.be/Zr029SIdlH0 Saturday 8:00 AM to 10:30 AM I. Establishing Aquatic Plants in Reservoirs: Why and How (Richard Ott – Texas Parks and Wildlife) II. Enhancing Structure and Function of the Shoreline Zone at Elephant Butte Reservoir. Kala Scarafiotti - Ruidoso High School, New Mexico) III. Preparing for Planting in Utah Reservoirs (Eric Wagner – Utah Division of Wildlife Resources) IV. Reestablishing Native Vegetation in Lake Livingston, Texas through Partnerships (Tom McDonough – Lake Livingston Friends of Reservoirs) [CASE STUDIES AND THE FUTURE OF MONITORING] https://youtu.be/TM1mrIJiWM4 Saturday 11:00 AM to 1:10 PM I. Fish Habitat Improvement Projects at Nessmuk and Glade Run Lakes (Ben Page – Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission) II. From Farmland to Fishery: Creating Fish and Wildlife Habitat at a new Florida Reservoir (Dustin Everitt - Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission) III. The Death and Holistic Revitalization of a Reservoir, the Case of Lake Wichita, Texas (Tom Lang – Texas Parks and Wildlife) IV. Reservoir Rehabilitation Tactics: Lessons learned from the Nebraska Aquatic Habitat Program (Mark Porath - Nebraska Game and Parks Commission) ORGANIZING / SPONSORING ORGANIZATIONS: Reservoir Fisheries Habitat Partnership http://www.reservoirpartnership.org FRIENDS OF RESERVOIRS http://www.reservoirpartnership.org/
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PM Sets Integrated Water Management as Long-Term Agenda
 
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Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha has confirmed the government is laying down a long term plan on integrated water management in an attempt to avert drought problems in the future.
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Aquaculture businesses get started at UMaine’s Center for Cooperative Aquaculture Research
 
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One of the most advanced marine fish hatcheries in the country is the University of Maine’s Center for Cooperative Aquaculture Research (CCAR). Located on Taunton Bay in Franklin, Maine, CCAR’s extensive facilities house aquatic hatcheries, with warm and cold water fish populations (brood stock). The center hosts several aquaculture business incubators, where entrepreneurs can get help with their business plans, find a site for their operations, secure investment capital, engage in research and development, and design full-scale commercial fishery farms. The staff is experienced in raising a variety of species, such as tilapia, salmon, flounder, halibut, California yellowtail, Atlantic halibut and sea urchins. The center is a resource for new and established companies, students and faculty, and fisherman trying to rebuild natural stocks. In this video, director and center biologist Steve Eddy talks about the facilities and the opportunities available. To learn more visit: http://www.ccar.um.maine.edu/ For more information about these and other innovation and economic development initiatives at UMaine, visit https://www.umaine.edu/econdev.
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Sudharma Elakanda - Engineer Water Resources Manager - Sri Lanka
 
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SUDHARMA ELAKANDA WATER RESOURCES MANAGER SRI LANKA
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Pa. Fish & Boat Commission executive director apologizes for what got him in hot water
 
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Pa. Fish and Boat Commission Executive Director John Arway offers an apology to the House Game and Fisheries Committee for a plan he concocted and quickly took off the table for getting even with lawmakers opposed to an increase in the fishing license fee. Arway proposed cutting the trout stocking of waterways in opposing lawmakers’ districts.
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Westcountry Rivers Trust Surf 'n' Turf Science Evening
 
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To protect fish we need to protect water, to protect water we need to protect land, to protect land we need to work with people from every strata of society because we all depend on the land directly or indirectly. At their Science Evening in 2013, the Westcountry Rivers Trust presented a showcase of their recent work in cutting-edge fisheries research and catchment management projects to demonstrate integrated conservation and the value of working at scales relevant to issues. In this film the Trust's Director Dr Dylan Bright introduces the first talk of evening given by Dr Nick Paling and Dr Laurence Couldrick on Catchment Management & Planning.
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Why Business Leaders Say Indiana Needs A Water Plan
 
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Full Story: http://indianapublicmedia.org/news/study-future-water-shortages-hurt-indiana-business-70716/ A Chamber of Commerce report says Indiana needs a new statewide water management plan - if the legislature decides its a priority. Casey Kuhn reports on the potential water shortage impacts on Indiana businesses.
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Sustainable Delta game
 
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The game, Sustainable Delta, helps participants to learn about preparing for an uncertain future. Participants have the assignment to develop a sustainable water management plan for a river delta. In an interactive setting they implement strategies. Once the future unfolds, the participants experience what happens in the delta and its environment. They can implement additional actions, if necessary. After the simulation of 100 years, the participants and facilitators reflect on the developed storyline and adaptation pathway, and discuss what triggered this pathway, how it can be improved, and how exploring adaptation pathways can help to develop a sustainable water management plan . The game is developed within the project Perspectives in Integrated Water Resources Management by a team of employees from Deltares, University Utrecht, University Maastricht-ICIS, Carthago Consultancy, Pantopicon, KNMI, and University Twente. In cooperation with Tygron a 3D version is developed. Animatie: Asteroids. Soundtrack: FoundSound
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Find Your Path: Hydrologist
 
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Water is quite possibly the most important forest value we have. Bonny Hammons shows what being a hydrologist for the McKenzie River Ranger District is all about. Hydrologists monitor water quality and work with forest managers and operators to help plan forest projects, reduce the impact of logging on a watershed and help restore fish habitat. Bonny works for the U.S. Forest Service. (Part of the "Find Your Path" series created by the Oregon Forest Resources Institute.)
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Alexander on Water Resources Reform and Development Act
 
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Senator Alexander on the Water Resources Reform and Development Act being signed into law. The law prioritizes funding for Chickamauga Lock. It also extends from two years to four years the ban on the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers plan restricting fishing below dams along the Cumberland River.
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Introduction to Water
 
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How to properly introduce your puppy to water.
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A Bold Plan
 
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A team at WVU is working with the West Virginia DNR to restore the native brook trout fishery in the Shavers Fork watershed. You're in an ancient spruce forest surrounding a stream. You hear the soft trickle of water moving slowly over pebbles and stones. In the stream called Shavers Fork swims mottled, glimmering brook trout. They are the symbol that water is "the cleanest of clean," says West Virginia University wildlife and fisheries resources professor Todd Petty. WVU has been working for a decade with the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources to examine all of the factors that led to warmer temperatures, a wider and shallower stream and other changes that over time threatened the brook trout productivity of this important natural and economic resource. In this new mini-documentary, you can experience the Shavers Fork story from industrial development to current scientific advances, such as drone technology, that are being used to preserve the brook trout habitat.
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