Posted in Maryland - 167
On March 15, 2014 The Maryland Chapter of Trout Unlimited (MDTU) will conduct a stream walk of the upper Jones Falls and its tributaries. While enjoying the last weekend of winter and anticipating the arrival of spring, MDTU volunteers will walk an assigned section of the watershed.
Posted in Conservation, Southeast Alaska
Even the maker of the world's most sought after jewelry knows that Bristol Bay is the wrong mine in the wrong place.
Posted in Wyoming - 9WY
By Cory Toye
Of all the unique qualities a person can possess, I admire a strong work ethic the most. This trait is not limited to building something or using your hands and mind to accomplish great feats. A strong work ethic and commitment can make someone a better father, mother, husband, [ READ MORE... ]
Posted in Five Rivers - 451
House subcommittee hearing is set for the Hermosa Creek protection bill on Thursday, March 6 at 10 a.m. eastern time.
The training, "Give TU a Voice: Effective Advocacy for Trout" has been rescheduled from March 11th to Wednesday March 19th.
Posted in Candlewood Valley - 309
Head on over to www.cvtu.org to find out more about CVTU!
Join us on a fishing trip, attend a meeting, volunteer on a river project. We would love to meet you!
Posted in Mid Missouri - 493
.... Prior to the meeting they fished the spillway area and the restored Evening Hole.
Posted in Conservation, Colorado TU
By Randy Scholfield
Sometimes, you get a victory that brings home what it is we’re doing at TU, and that broadens your sense of what’s possible.
The Fraser River in Colorado just got a new lease on life—and all of you who are part of Team TU made it happen.
Posted in Upper Chattahoochee Chapter - 436, Conservation, Chattahoochee River, Coosa Valley - 519, Blue Ridge Mountain - 696, Rabun - 522, Kanooka - 398, Georgia Foothills - 629, Gold Rush - 733, Tailwater - 532, Flint River - 243, Cohutta - 242, Savannah River - 592, Oconee River - 661, The Front Porch, Chattahoochee Nantahala - 692, Georgia Council - 9GA
Water, water everywhere, but not a drop to use. That’s how some Georgians may feel if Gov. Deal has his way in the General Assembly with SB 213, the cleverly named Flint River Drought Protection Act. It allows the State and select private partners to store water in underground aquifers to be [ READ MORE... ]