Man Trades Day Job for New Conservation Project on Wild Fish Habitat Protection


| 3/8/2013 2:44:00 PM


Tags: conservation project, habitat protection, wild fish, conservation stories,

One man is trading his desk job protecting environmental laws for a new conservation project of his own design. jumping fish 

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.

To follow Moinester on his journey, check out Orvis News which will feature blog posts on its website. You can also follow Moinester’s conservation project on his website, An Upstream Journey.

Photo By Fotolia/K.-U. Haessler




Victoria Pitcher is an Online Editorial Assistant at Ogden Publications, the parent company of MOTHER EARTH NEWS. Find her on .






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