I was sitting around thinking of some trips I'd like to make once my knee surgery fully heals and trying to think of an article I could write for AC and the two lines of thought kinda turned into one challange. How about each state's members get together and start with one article about their state's drainages. Maps, names, history, general descripition, species and such. Then future articles on specific drainages or subdrainages with some actual sampling reports. Seems like a great way to get members together as well as learn and educate others. So here's a challenge to all you regional reps and state members. Get together either by an actual meeting or online and plan it out. Lots of ways it could be done anyone can take the lead.
NY members contact me if interested this would give us a great excuse to get out in the creeks and we have quite an interesting array of waterways. I'd love to get a group meeting to discuss and make a plan and while were at it have some good fellowship. The best part everyone can have a part even if you're not the jump in the water type as research into the history and background info should probably done without waders. Looking forward to learn about our own and other's drainages.
What better articles could there be for "American Currents"!
Edited by keepnatives, 17 February 2013 - 04:43 PM.