Fisheries and Aquatic Resource Program
Conserving America's Fisheries

Eddies: Reflections on Fisheries Conservation

Eddies seeks to inform its readers of the work – past, present, and future – of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s Division of Fisheries and Aquatic Resource Conservation.  Each issue has several feature stories and five regular departments.  Assistant Director, Bryan Arroyo, leads each issue with his Headwaters column. Watermarks covers the newsy and noteworthy, including a column by the curator at the D.C. Booth Historic National Fish Hatchery. If you like Antiques Road Show, you’ll like Randi Smith’s stories.


American Fisheries covers the life history of an important fish, from catfish to the cutthroats, each story written by those who know the fish well. Readers learn about the men and women of conservation from the past – those Pioneers who have worked in fisheries for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service since 1871.


Meanders closes each issue.  There, readers find sinuous thoughts and mature and evocative writing – some good story-telling – that pushes at the edges like a mature river wanders a valley floor. The back cover is reserved for a parting snapshot of data that point up the work of the Division of Fisheries and Aquatic Resource Conservation. Queries are invited. Contact editor Craig Springer at 505-248-6867 or craig_springer@fws.gov

2012

Photo of Eddies Summer 2012 Summer 2012 - Fish and Wildlife Conservation Offices

Photo of Eddies Spring 2012 Spring 2012 - Interjurisdictional Fisheries

2011

Fall/Winter 2011 - The National Fish Hatchery System Fall/Winter 2011 - The National Fish Hatchery System

Summer 2011 - Habitat Conservation Summer 2011 - Habitat Conservation

Spring 2011 - Youth and Nature Spring 2011 - Youth and Nature

2010

Winter 2010/2011 - The Great Lakes Winter 2010/2011 - The Great Lakes

Summer/Fall 2010 - Aquatic Invasive Species Summer/Fall 2010 - Aquatic Invasive Species

Spring 2010 Imperiled Species Conservation Spring 2010 - Imperiled Species Conservation

2009

Winter 2009/2010 - Alaska's Fisheries Winter 2009/2010 - Alaska's Fisheries

Fall 2009 - People in Fisheries Fall 2009 - People in Fisheries

Special Edition 2009 - Fisheries Program Accomplishments Special Issue 2009 - Fisheries Program Accomplishments

Summer 2009 - Reservoirs Summer 2009 - Reservoirs

Spring 2009 - Work with Tribes Spring 2009 - Work with Tribes

2008

Winter 2008 - Partnerships Winter 2008 - Partnerships

Fall 2008 - Science and Technology Fall 2008 - Science and Technology

Eddies Summer 2008 Edition Summer 2008 - Fisheries Habitat

Spring 2008 Edition Spring 2008 - Focus on Recreational Fisheries

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Last updated: October 5, 2012