Downeast Salmon Federation is seeking Director for their Downeast Rivers Land Trust

The Downeast Salmon Federation, based in Columbia Falls, Maine, is seeking a director for its land conservation program, the Downeast Rivers Land Trust. DRLT is a program within the Downeast Salmon Federation and the director will report to DSF’s executive … Continue reading

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  • Semianadromous or sea-run brook trout, commonly called "salters," may spend up to three months at sea feeding on crustaceans, fish, and marine worms in the spring, not straying more than a few miles from the river mouth. The fish return to freshwater tributaries to spawn in the late summer or autumn. While in salt water, salters gain a more silvery color, losing much of the distinctive markings seen in freshwater. However, within two weeks of returning to fresh water, they assume typical brook trout color and markings.