Orvis and Trout Unlimited spearheaded an amazing project called the 1,000 Miles Campaign. This effort was designed to bring awareness to one particular issue that fish face in today’s world…culverts, barriers to fish passage. This film was originally part of this years F3T Film Tour but was pulled last-minute. We thought we’d give you a look here! Numerous state and federal agency biologists (including myself), Orvis representative Simon Perkins, local authorities, angling groups, and TU biologists Jim DeRito and Paul Burnett speak out about the issues, current projects, and success stories. Check it as a few projects take action, allowing cutthroat to regain passage to their native tributaries to spawn. It was a cool experience being a part of the film. Sweet stuff! A big shout out to Simon Perkins with Orvis and Graham Morton with Waterline Media for shooting and editing an exceptional video. You can find more info at Orvis.com. Enjoy! 5 Responses Paul Mason February 6, 2014 AWESOME!!! We can make a difference. Reply Phil February 8, 2014 We agree Paul! This is the perfect opportunity for ANYONE in nearly ANY financial situation to make a difference. More info regarding donating at orvis.com/1kmiles Reply Bryce Roholt February 19, 2014 Amazing project! That’s exciting to be a part of, good work! Reply Dave February 27, 2014 hey there, I came across this site and I must say , I love it! Who ever did that video, it came out great! Very interesting video, and its good to see some people are making a difference to preserve our rivers and lakes. I see you guys deal with reviews, would it be possible to have someone contact us for a review about our fishing apparel, http://www.stixnstones.ca ? very cool project ! keep up the good work! Love your guys background too! Amazing! Cheers Reply Phil February 27, 2014 Thanks for the kind words Dave! It’s good to hear people are liking the site and the stuff we are doing. Email headed your way soon. Reply Leave a Reply to Phil Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Sign me up for the newsletter!