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Nathaniel Reed to speak April 22 as part of Trout and Salmonid Lecture Series

April 10, 2013 -- MSU News Service


Nathaniel Reed, a former assistant secretary of the interior for fish, wildlife and national parks, will discuss "Where are we as stewards of great trout rivers and lakes?" at 7 p.m. Monday, April 22, in the Museum of the Rockies' Hager Auditorium. Photo courtesy of Nathaniel Reed.    High-Res Available

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Nathaniel Reed, a former assistant secretary of the interior for fish, wildlife and national parks, will discuss "Where are we as stewards of great trout rivers and lakes?" at 7 p.m. Monday, April 22, in the Museum of the Rockies' Hager Auditorium.

Reed's visit is part of the MSU Library Trout and Salmonid Lecture Series and is free and open to the public. A reception will follow.

Reed has been involved in the conservation movement for more than 40 years. While serving as assistant secretary of the interior for fish, wildlife and national parks during the Nixon and Ford administrations, he worked on the Clean Water Act, the U.S. law governing water pollution.

Each year, the MSU Library hosts a free lecture dealing with the general subject of trout and salmonid studies through its Trout and Salmonid Lecture Series. For information on MSU's Trout and Salmonid Collection, visit http://www.lib.montana.edu/trout/.

Contact: Angela Tate, (406) 994-6857 or angela.tate@montana.edu