Forest Understory Survey.If you are
a resident, landowner, or frequent visitor to a forested area in the
Cacapon watershed, please take the following survey (also available
on the web). Note: You should only consider the forest condition
away from roads and houses, especially houses with dogs. Feel free
to wait until next spring to take this survey if necessary.
Have you been
fishing the Cacapon, North or Lost rivers for a long time?
With the full knowledge that asking a fisherman about the fish they
catch sounds like the punch line for a joke, we would be interested
to know how the fishing today compares to fishing in years gone by.
In particular, do you catch different species today than you used
to? Do some species seem to be more common? Are others that were
once common now rare? Where do you fish? Rather than bias your
answers to this with a form, we're just asking for you to respond in
your own words either by email, snail mail, or this form.
Institute - From the Cacapon to the Potomac to the Chesapeake Bay,
we protect rivers and watersheds using science and education.
possible by funding from The Norcross Wildlife Foundation, the
National Fish and Wildlife Foundation, Virginia Environmental
Endowment, NOAA-BWET, USEPA, The MARPAT Foundation, and our generous