Posted in South Coast - 923
South Coast Chapter is expanding! But, we need your help. Due to a nation-wide TU organizational change, every previously unassigned TU member will now be assigned to a regional chapter. For South Coast, that means all of L.A.
Posted in Save Bristol Bay
We heard lots of powerful testimony at the EPA hearings this summer. Hundreds of Alaskans spoke up to share with the EPA why they do not support mines like Pebble in Bristol Bay.
The famed Hendrickson’s Pool on the Beaverkill River in New York’s Catskill Park.
By Paula Piatt
Posted in Marinette County - 422
This months program will be Sunday Nov. 16th at the Dome Lanes starting at 7:00 PM
We will discuss funding for the 2015 Summer projects that will be presented at the Regional meeting on Dec. 6th.
Posted in Upper Chattahoochee Chapter - 436
Check out a short clip of one of our TIC classroom in action: https://www.facebook.com/video.php?v=10152821865699025&set=vb.1348279440...
Posted in California - 9CA
By Sam Davidson
You might have heard that California is slogging through a drought. The worst drought in more than 150 years, actually.
On October 9 more than 130 TIC teachers, volunteers, and supporters gathered in New York for the Fall 2014 TIC Teacher Training.
DEC Data shows that most of the Great Lakes tributaries are sustaining Wild Steelhead and they need protection.
Posted in Aquatic Invasive Species/ Clean Angling, Science
Following the recommendation to inspect, clean, and dry, we have found that prevention of spread of AIS can be successful. Following is a link to a story about an AIS prevention success!