One man is trading his desk job protecting environmental laws for a new conservation project of his own design.
Paul Moinester, former senior legislative assistant in the U.S. House of Representatives, is embarking on a six-month, 20,000-mile adventure to help protect wild fish and their habitat. He is meeting with people along the way who also work to protect wild fish, and sharing conservation stories in a blog.
Moinester’s conservation project, "An Upstream Journey," intends to spark interest in others to join the fight for wild fish and habitat protection.
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Victoria Pitcher is an Online Editorial Assistant at Ogden Publications, the parent company of MOTHER EARTH NEWS. Find her on Google+.
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