Natural flowing waters have a magical attraction. Whether fast flowing or quietly rippling. Both make you calm in a special way.
After four generations of study we have learned and documented a lot about the extraordinary life of the Atlantic Salmon.
Aquaculture, sometimes referred to as fish farming is not historically known for its sustainability.
Produced by Yvon Chouinard the film addresses wild fish, wild rivers and habitat destruction by fish farms.
Iceland’s famously pristine waters and marine life, among them wild salmon stocks, are at risk from open net pen farming.
Patagonia’s CEO, Rose Marcario, said the money will help to “protect air, land and water and to find solutions to the climate crisis.”
Flying into Bristol Bay, Alaska, in the summer is to witness one of the greatest migrations on earth…
The fight to save Europe’s last wild rivers on the Balkans has only started. Now the “Save the Blue Heart of Europe” campaign can celebrate a first important step.
When you think of wild places left on this planet you would probably name regions like Siberia, Alaska, New Zealand or Tasmania. Very few would probably think of Europe. >>
No other name is as closely connected to the conservation of Atlantic Salmon as Orri Vigfusson. >>
In the last years, many fly fishermen tend to prefer exotic waters to their home waters. Or at least they try to plan a fly fishing trip to remote destinations.
Metric-based success is the requirement for funding from Grassy Creek Foundation. One project that could secure the foundation’s support tries to save one of the United States’ last salmon populations.
In a few rivers of the Balkans swims a fish that only remotely resembles a brown or rainbow trout – the mysterious softmouth trout. Hans van Klinken explores the rare species.
In the mid 90s, far off the Japanese coast, divers discovered these mathematically perfect formations. >>
Meditation instructor Remington Cooney shares a childhood story about his first attempt to breaking the train of everyday thinking.
Norwegian Photographer Solfie Olsen captures sensitive photographs of the Austronesian tribe Moken people, along the coast of Burma and Thailand.