Posted in Washington - 9WA
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Posted in Arkansas' White River - 698
Wayne Reed shared a picture showing the first evidence of success in the planting of Bonneville Cutthroats in the Norfork River...
Posted in Weber Basin Anglers - 681, Utah - 9UT
The Standard Examiner, a newspaper from Ogden Utah, interviews women who fly fish and why they do it. TU members Lisa Swift, Kelly Marquart,
Posted in Conservation, West of The Rockies, Southeast Alaska
The same company that PLP hired to criticize the EPA’s assessment, who argued there is no reason to believe these dams will fail, engineered a dam that failed, and is on the hook for building a similar structure at the headwaters of one of the best salmon fisheries in the world.
Posted in Public lands not for sale
A debate over the disposal of federal public lands has been brewing in coffee shops and the halls of Congress. This dispute is not so much about any one specific place that is threatened: an ambiguous platform of divesting Federal lands puts each and every public land fishing hole and elk wallow [ READ MORE... ]
Flyanthropy Flies are the highest quality flies with the highest quality ethics. These flies bring high paying jobs, along with medical, educational, and environmental benefits to communities in need.
On Saturday August 2nd, 30 volunteers assembled outside of Elkins, West Virginia to participate in a one-day water quality monitoring event in the northern Monongahela National Forest.
Last week, hearings were held in the House and Senate on the Public Lands Renewable Energy Development Act. The House Natural Resources Subcommittee on Energy and Mineral Resources invited TU’s President and CEO, Chris Wood, to testify in support of the bill.
Just a quick note to see if anyone can add some support to my fundraising issue.