Monthly Archives: May 2015

The Benefits of Following a Plan of Action as Outlined

Plans-of-action (business plans) are often the result of thoughtful deliberation by a group of individuals; a Board, or Executive Committee, or a Team that is dedicated to thinking things through in a comprehensive and sound manner. For most of us … Continue reading

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Genetic Facts should not be Overlooked in Pursuit of the Truth

__________________________________________________________ For decades now, genetic science has continuously been breaking new ground regarding the ability to identify specific trout species and their ancestral lineages. Though we are currently still without the ultimate identifiers that would tell the story of the … Continue reading

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The Most Difficult Summary this Author has ever had to Post

__________________________________________________________ We all know that risk is involved in an effort to propagate a completely wild strain of cutthroat trout into a population that could be utilized to restore a phenotypical representation of an extinct strain of trout. Yet positive … Continue reading

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