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Mark Hume is an award-winning environmental journalist for The Globe and Mail and author of four books, including Trout School: Lessons from a Fly-Fishing Master and the critically acclaimed River of the Angry Moon: Seasons on the Bella Coola, which won the Roderick-Haig Brown Prize.
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Hopeful story of raising kids during a climate crisis: Mark Hume’s goal for introducing his daughters to fishing was to give them a strong connection to nature that would help guide them and give them hope in the face of a mounting climate crisis.