Posted in Conservation, Alaska - 9AK, Southeast Alaska
The logging industry can either ensure its downward slide by continuing to push rainforests and wolves to the brink or opt for sustainability and prosperity for Alaskans. The time for change is now.
Posted in Save Bristol Bay
The EPA heard 3 out of 4 Alaskans speak out against Pebble Mine during the August hearings in Anchorage and around the Bristol Bay region. We were moved by the testimony, pleading with the EPA to understand why and how Pebble Mine threatens the valuable resource in Bristol Bay.
Clean Water: Good for Fish, Good for Beer, Good for People
Posted in Ridge & Valley - 156
Today's article as it appeared in the Easton Express Times. Our first annual cleanup of the Lopatcong Creek in Warren County, the area's only pure limestoner.
Posted in Coosa Valley - 519
BUD LIGHT RETURNS AS THE OFFICIAL BEER OF THE 19th ANNUAL TROUT UNLIMITED CHILI COOK OFF.
SPECIAL THANKS TO RAYMOND AND THE FOLKS AT EAGLE ROCK DISTRIBUTERS.
Posted in Washington - 9WA
Thank you to our 2014 Fall Quarter Newsletter Sponsors! You can Sponsor WCTU, all donations are tax-deductible :)
Posted in Narragansett - 225
Please join the Narragansett Chapter of Trout Unlimited in celebrating Family activities, particularly fishing, at the Check Station off Rte 165 (Ten Rod Road) in the Arcadia Management Area on Saturday, 4 October 2014. Hot dogs, hamburgers, and drinks will be provided from 10am to 4pm, and the
Posted in Public lands not for sale
In 1991, Trey Combs released his iconic book “Steelhead Fly Fishing.” In the chapter titled “North Umpqua River” he described Oregon’s world famous steelhead river and the “camp water” area in particular, as “the most celebrated waters in all of steelhead fly fishing.”
These are public waters. I [ READ MORE... ]
A recent sultry summer day found Philip Smith, TU’s West Virginia Council chair, in one of his favorite places, a tiny trout stream deep in West Virginia’s mountains.