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March 15, 2007

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Editor’s Note: Have a Question for Secretary of the Interior Dirk Kempthorne?

Editor’s Note: Thanks for writing in your questions for Secretary of the Interior Dirk Kempthrone. Our sit-down interview with the Secretary went very well, and included a number of your questions. Look for the Q&A in an upcoming issue of Field & Stream!

At the end of March, we're sitting down for an interview with Secretary of the Interior Dirk Kempthorne. We're planning to ask about issues like public land access and wetlands preservation, but we'd love to bring some reader questions to the table as well. If you have a hunting- or fishing-related question for Secretary Kempthorne, write it below. Then look for the interview to run in an issue later this year. --The Editors of Field & Stream Magazine

Comments

Matt Dykstra

What are they doing to prevent the spread of invasive species? The Great Lakes are being taken over by species such as gobies,purple loosestrife, zebra mussels, etc. All over the country these species are taking over. Why is it that it seems nothing is being done and the problem only gets worse?




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