Stacy Gebhards, a retired Idaho Department of Fish and Game employee, is well known as an advocate for Idaho's fish and wildlife resources.

Besides Stacy's biological acumen, he is an accomplished horse/mule packer, skier, snow cave builder, kayaker, cook, author, song writer and musician.

He wrote several songs in the early 1970s calling attention to despoiling Idaho's rivers and streams that resulted in adoption of the Stream Protection Act by the Idaho Legislature.

Stacy also wrote and sung Dammit that describes the [dam] challenges facing Idaho's salmon and steelhead.

He ran afoul of then Governor Samuelson who threatened to get him fired.

Stacy survived.

Listen to the music and follow the lyrics.

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