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Amie Robison, a.k.a. The Pond Lady, currently works alongside her husband at Robison Wildlife Solutions doing nuisance wildlife control and pond consulting. To say that she has fol...

This week Julie chats with the officers of the non-profit Women of Fisheries, Inc, who are dedicated to supporting women in fisheries science. They have grown the organization a lo...

Nick is flying solo in this episode! After recently reading Silent Spring Nick asks himself what is his Silent Spring issue, what is one issue he'd want a book written to educate a...

Think you know your state fish? Match wits with Arkansas Tech students Emily Jonagen and Jacob Atchley as they battle it out for top honors in the State Fish Quiz Show. Fisheries P...

This week Julie chats with Tracy Sylvester of Wooden Island Wild, a company she started in order to share the freshest Alaskan salmon that her family and others catch with folks th...

Ellie Weise is finishing her master's work at Michigan State University. She has been developing genomic and computational tools to assess populations within an adaptive management...

Listen as Brett chats with Rachel Brinkley about historical Sockeye Salmon escapement into the Sawtooth Valley Lakes of Idaho. She describes her upbringing as a native Idahoan and ...

In this episode hosts Nick Kramer and Julie Vecchio chat about the upcoming book "America's Bountiful Waters: 150 years of fisheries conservation and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Ser...

This week Julie chats with Dr. Dominique Lazarre, associated research scientist at the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission about her journey (spoiler: dolphins were h...

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