Media Coverage

Allen, Brant and Peter Zahler. “Fishing for Enlightenment: Using Science, Economics, and Religion to Save the World’s Largest Salmon.” Wildlife Conservation Apr. 2006: 20.

Behnke, Robert. “A Mongolian Adventure.” Trout Winter 2006: 56.

Cole, George. A conversation with Betsy Gaines Quammen about The Tributary Fund. Yellowstone Public Radio “Realtime.” 2007.  Windows Media Player or .mp3.

Corriel, Michele. “The Tributary Fund: Reaching out from Montana to Mongolia,” Balance Magazine, Bozeman Daily Chronicle [Montana], Aug. 17, 2004.
Deeter, Kirk. “Saving Taimen: Ambitious Plan May Prove to be Model for Preserving Unprotected Fisheries.” Wild on the Fly, Fall 2003: 22.

“Fish Tales: Livingston-based Sweetwater Travel takes adventurous anglers deep into Mongolia to catch the largest freshwater salmonid.” Bozeman Daily Chronicle [Montana] 4 Jan. 2007, C1.

Gaines, Charles. “The Cast Emperor.” Forbes Life Sep. 2007: 150.

Haines, Joan. “Saving Grace: Betsy Gaines Quammen Combines Passion for Culture, Conservation in Effort to Restore Buddhist Monastery, Watershed in Mongolia.” Bozeman Daily Chronicle [Montana] Aug. 20, 2004.

Heavey, Bill. “Fresh Mongolian Prairie Dog Bait.” Field and Stream Dec. 2004: 82.

Hergett, Rachel.  “Our Earth: The Tributary Fund joins international celebration of faith and the environment.” Bozeman Daily Chronicle [Montana] November 30, 2009.

Hergett, Rachel. “River Wolves.”  Bozeman Daily Chronicle [Montana] April 4, 2011.

Kongrut, Anchalee “World’s Largest Freshwater Fish on Path to Extinction,” Bangkok Post Nov. 20, 2003: 7.

Kreitzer, Hannah.  ”Birds, Bees, and Butterflies from Bozeman to Bhutan.” Distinctly Montana, Spring 2012.

London, James. “Can Angling Save World’s Largest Salmon?” nationalgeographic.com, Aug. 19, 2004.

Martin, Richard. “Out of Asia: Mongolian-US Exchange Promotes Grassland Conservation.” Nature Conservancy Spring 2006: 16.

Maynard, Thane. A conversation with Betsy Gaines Quammen on Cincinnati Edition “Field Notes.” March 1, 2009. .mp3. (See studio photo at left.)

Mayrer, Jessica. “Monks with a Message.”  Bozeman Daily Chronicle [Montana]  April 9, 2009.

Mlot, Christine. “Jake Vander Zanden: Rock, Water, Papers.” Nature Conservancy, Spring 2004: 33.

Pickett, Mary. “Mission in Mongolia.” Billings Gazette [Montana] Oct 24, 2004: E1.

Quammen, David. “In the Kingdom of Eternal Blue Heaven.” National Geographic Adventure Dec. 2005: 88.

Schmidt, Carol. “The Taimen the Place: Gaines Works to Restore Ancient Fish and Monastery in Mongolia.” Montana State University News Service [Bozeman] Aug. 7, 2004.

Somes, Ryan. “Brothers Look for Ways to Protect Rare Mongolian Fish.” Livingston Enterprise [Montana] Feb. 22, 2002: 1.

Symmes, Patrick. “A Peaceful Angle.” Outside Magazine Sep. 2005: 112.

Tanami, Roy. “Talkin’ Taimen: Hooking up with the Daughters of the River Gods.” Wild on the Fly Spring 2006: 24.

Wanacott, Peter. “Mongolia’s Monks Take Up New Cause: Saving Giant Salmon: Angler Persuade Buddhists to Preach Preservation; One Fish Equals 90 Souls.” Wall Street Journal Oct, 8, 2004: 1.

Wilford, John Noble. “In Mongolia, an Extinction Crisis Looms.” New York Times 6 Dec. 2005: D3.


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