Payback: TU volunteers in action

 

How does Trout Unlimited get so much great stream restoration work done?  At least part of the answer is TU's army of grassroots volunteers. Check out this new video, called "Payback," that showcases the Snake River Cutthroats chapter and their hands-on contributions--for 25 straight years!--to habitat projects in Idaho's Upper Lemhi watershed. Year after year, these chapter members have gathered, in good weather and bad, to build fence, plant willows, move rocks, whatever it takes. This is what TU is all about--anglers giving back to the sport they love. 

 

 

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said on Friday, August 30th, 2013

Thanks Randy. Your absolutely right. It is amazing to see what TU volunteers are doing to give back. I hope everyone shares this on their social media sites and in their TU community. I did!

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said on Tuesday, September 3rd, 2013

I love seeing all the work that our volunteers do all across the country. It's inspiring to see the passion and dedication of all of these hard-working members.

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