Network deputy director Tom Sadler appeared on the Sustainable Angler podcast last week, and you can listen to the episode below. Details from Sustainable Angler host Rick Crawford:
In this episode of The Sustainable Angler podcast, I had the pleasure of interviewing the Marine Fish Conservation Network’s Tom Sadler, who has spent the last thirty-five years working to protect the fisheries he loves. We discuss the history of fish conservation from fresh water to marine; the value of science when it comes to fisheries management; how the Magnuson-Stevens Act proves that when you marry science with policy you can protect the resource will enjoying the economic benefits of an abundant fishery; the business case for sustainability and the important work the Marine Fish Conservation Network is doing to ensure the reauthorization of Magnuson-Stevens amongst other good works.
In addition to talking conservation and sustainability, we also talk a little fishing, as Tom is a guide at Mossy Creek Fly Fishing in Virginia, if you’d like to book a day of fishing, and also provides a great resource via his own blog, Middle River Group.
If you don’t see the episode embedded below, click here to listen.