With the advent of World War II many of our actors went to fight rather than stand and rant against this country we all love. They gave up their wealth, position and fame to become service men & women, many as simple "enlisted men".
This page lists but a few, but from this group of only 18 men...
The population of adult eels in the Bay has decreased significantly
By Karl Blankenship
March 2007 issue of the Bay Journal
Eel fortunes: Much of fish's life is a mystery - including why it's suddenly disappearing
Without a Passage, Eels future May Be Dammed
American eels may not...
Hey does anyone know of a place where I can still but the good penn ss reels like the 6500 and up?
Alls i can find is the chinese ssm or ssg and i was just wondering what happened?
Any advice is appreciated!
The following is a news release issued by the Atlantic States Marine
ASMFC American Eel Board Approves Addendum I
Addendum Aims to Improve Data Collection
The Commission's American Eel Management Board approved Addendum I to
the Interstate Fishery Management Plan for...
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE, DECEMBER 2, 2005
PRES CONTACT, TINA BERGER, 202/289-6400
American Eel Draft Addendum I Available for Public Comment
States Schedule Hearings for January
The Commission's American Eel Management Board has approved the Draft
Addendum I to the...
Horseshoe crab numbers looking bleak
Report says Delaware Bay population will need 4 to 15 years to recover
Posted by the Asbury Park Press on 11/1/05
Kirk Moore Staff writer
GALLOWAY ? The horseshoe crab population in Delaware Bay may be more depleted than previously thought, and will take...
By MARK ALAN LOVEWELL
The American eel, once as abundant as shellfish in Island coastal ponds and rivers and all along the Atlantic seaboard, is in such decline that the federal government is considering placing it on the list of endangered species.
On Wednesday the U.S. Fish and Wildlife...
From: FWLISTS FWLISTS
Date: 03/21/05 11:30:47
To: [email protected]
Subject: Am. Eel Public Info. Document Available for Comment/PublicMtg. May 5
The Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission's American Eel
Management Board has approved the...
American Sugar Refining Inc. will pay more than $100,000 after pleading guilty last week to a criminal pollution charge resulting from a 2003 chemical spill at its plant on the Hudson River in Yonkers.
The spill occurred when plumbing workers accidentally punctured a tank of hydrochloric acid at...