A Three Year Study of an Isolated Brook Trout Population in the Eastern Adirondacks: Sustainability, Propagation and Genetics

Over the past several years changing weather patterns have led to costly and destructive storms that are damaging both environmentally and economically. In 2011, Hurricane Irene was an unusual storm because it struck the eastern Adirondack Mountains in New York. The Adirondack region mainly relies on tourists to make money and fishing is a large part of what draws people to this region. Three years ago, a study was started to explore the impact of […]