A Whopper of a Tale That’s No Exaggeration

February 2018, Vol. 245, No. 2

By Michael Reed, Managing Editor

When Columbia Gas of Kentucky began looking for better ways to dispose of its surplus expired plastic pipe, some of its workers came up with a plan that turned out to be a fish story worthy of retelling. As chance would have it the employees, who happened to enjoy recreational hunting and fishing, had become aware of a recurring problem the Wildlife Department had been experiencing with the structures it submerged to provide fish with feeding and spawning areas. The habitats were made of wood and tended to rot away after a few years. The…

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