BLUE EARTH – Future Frogmen Podcast Series – Conserving and Restoring Migratory Fish Habitats

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A series of conservation educational podcasts from Future Frogmen, introduced by Jeff Goodman.


Conserving and Restoring Migratory Fish Habitats

This episode of Blue Earth is a conversation with Steve Gephard, a Supervising Fisheries Biologist with the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection’s Fisheries Division. He manages:

1.) The Diadromous Fish Program: Promoting conservation and restoration of fish that migrate between the ocean and freshwater, such as salmon, shad and eels.

2.) The Habitat Conservation and Enhancement Program: Protecting fish habitat through permit reviews and actively seeking to restore habitat, including providing landowners with technical assistance on matter such as dam removal.


Richard E Hyman Bio

Richard is the Chairman and President of Future Frogmen.

Born from mentoring and love of the ocean, Richard is developing an impactful non-profit organization. His memoir, FROGMEN, details expeditions aboard Jacques-Yves Cousteau’s famed ship Calypso.

Future Frogmen, Inc. is a nonprofit organization and public charity that works to improve ocean health by deepening the connection between people and nature. They foster ocean ambassadors and future leaders to protect the ocean by accomplishing five objectives.


You can find more episodes and information at www.futurefrogmen.org and on most social platforms @futurefrogmen.

Jeff Goodman

Jeff Goodman

Jeff Goodman is the Conservation editor and also the Underwater Videography Editor for Scubaverse.com. Jeff is an award winning TV wildlife and underwater cameraman and film maker. With over 10,000 dives to his credit he has dived in many different environments around the world.

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