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Re: NFC: NFC "sanctions" and our detractors...

Heres 1

The Nature conservancy in their OCt issue is selling a particular type of
rare pine tree through local nurserys ...made from cuttings as part of a
replanting program. The proceeds of the sales allow them to plant a much
larger amount back in the wild. 

On Wed, 16 Dec 1998 01:00:57 -0600 "D. Martin Moore"
<archimedes at master_localink4.com> writes:
>>   Most conservation orgs. have profit making ventues.  They sell 
>> magazines, etc.  This money goes to cover their other ventures.
>No problem, there.  But show me ONE of these orgainisations that 
>is hawking the very thing they proclaim to be protecting!
>>  We have
>> another good we can hawk, to help fund... exotics.  People want 
>> They buy them -- whether their exotics or fished from central 
>> Wheres the harm?
>Exotics?  No problem, I've already stated as much.  Natives?  
>Different story!
>Greater American Freshwater Fishes Resource Site (GAFFeRs):  
>"Fie on thee, fellow!  Whence come these fishes?" - Scheherazade
>"Any fish with good teeth is liable to use them." - Wm. T. Innes

Robert Rice
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