SJRVFF helped with the funding of a study of the bass in our local waterways. The results have been published BLACK BASS TAG REWARD STUDY REPORT 2016.
I have had a lot of people say they would be excited about and would be ready to help with a big conservation project this fall if there was one. […]
We are honored to announce that SJRVFF has won an award from the Indiana Wildlife Federation. Club President, Don Reber, accepted the award at their Award Banquet in June. Hoosier […]
Pucker Street Dam letter of support.
SJRVFF would like to go on record as being adamantly opposed to any project that jeopardizes Cobus Creek as a cold water resource, its existing high water quality and insect […]
Attached is a letter that John Law prepared and with Board approval we sent to the Michigan Department of Environmental Management regarding the proposed Ontwa Township Wastewater Treatment plant. (Click […]
SJRVFF has contributed to a very important study that may significantly impact how the INDR manages smallmouth on the Joe and throughout the state. Bass in the St. Joe have been […]
Here is a great organization with a mission that mirrors ours pretty closely (if you would exclude the fishing). If anyone is looking for a worthwhile and interesting program that may be […]
Just Wanted to pass on a great big thank you for all those that attended and helped with the stream bank project at Bill Westrates. It’s Volunteer work like this […]
Saturday, July 23rd, 2011 will be another fun-filled conservation project on the DowagiacCreek. The fun will begin at 8:00 am (est) and end sometime early afternoon. The plan is to continue the habitat […]