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It's that time of the year again! Interested volunteers should reply to my secretary, Olivia McClure (Olivia.McClure@dnr.state.ga.us ). She drafts the roster for me to edit as appropriate. Her phone:770-535-5498, and fax 5953... [ READ MORE... ]
It's that time of the year again! Interested volunteers should reply to Olivia McClure (Olivia.McClure@dnr.state.ga.us ). She drafts the roster and edits as appropriate.
Her phone:770-535-5498, and fax 5953.
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Fellow UCCTU members:
It’s summertime in Atlanta and we’ve been blessed with a relatively mild one. Nevertheless, it is a critical time for trout in the Chattahoochee tailwater. Several weeks ago, Chris Scalley of River Through Atlanta e-mailed us, and many other interested parties, about the... [ READ MORE... ]
UCCTU is driven by volunteers who give generously of their time to support our mission, and hopefully have fun doing so. Each year a Nominating Committee identifies which Director and committee positions need to be filled for the upcoming fiscal year. For 2014-2015 we are seeking volunteers for... [ READ MORE... ]
New participant St. Benedict's Day School in Cobb County will be joining St. John Neumann Catholic School and St. Pius X Catholic High School in growing trout fingerlings in aquariums in their classrooms. After fertilized eggs arrive in September, students will watch the eggs hatch, take care of... [ READ MORE... ]
UCCTU was well represented sending 13 volunteers to the project including a couple from the Chattahoochee Riverkeeper who saw the event posted on our FB page (they live in Lagrange) and two women who were guests of members.
Mike Broad of the USFS said the four structures built by the volunteers on... [ READ MORE... ]
Congratulations to UCCTU member George Hibler who won the Orvis Superfine Fiberglass Fly Rod last night.
A warm thanks to everyone who contributed to support the education and conservation programs of the Chapter.
I happened to catch up with long-time UCCTU member Ed Sullivan for a few minutes when he wasn’t drifting dry flies at Jones Bridge. Ed has been a TU member for almost 20 years and has served as Treasurer in addition to participating in a host of activities. He really enjoys the educational... [ READ MORE... ]