Climate Change is one of the National Leadership Council's 12 Work Groups (WG), it is one year old. We meet monthly by conference call and at the TU Annual Meeting. We just met in person at TU's Annual Meeting in Santa Fe. Work Group participation is open to all TU members.
The objective of the... [ READ MORE... ]
If you spent the Fourth of July weekend outdoors anywhere across America, there's a good chance you visited public parks, monuments or public lands that belong to you and all Americans thanks to the Land and Water Conservation Fund.
This fund was created by Congress in 1964 with the purpose of... [ READ MORE... ]
A nice Dolly Varden from a small stream on Prince of Wales Island.
I first visited southeast Alaska in 2004, the guests of a family from my home state of Idaho who had acquired a fishing lodge at the northern tip of Prince of Wales Island.
The lodge was--and still is--known for its salmon and... [ READ MORE... ]
Many sportsmen/women and conservationist seem to have mixed feelings about renewable energy these days. As I travel the country to do my job as renewable energy coordinator for Trout Unlimited I hear many who are concerned about the footprint that renewable energy projects leave especially when on... [ READ MORE... ]
By John Zablocki
The question of whether or not trout can successfully negotiate beaver dams in streams has for years been the subject of intense debate by anglers, fisheries managers and scientists. Rightfully so: whether or not beaver dams present barriers to trout has important implications. ... [ READ MORE... ]
And now a new season begins, the pure November season of the russet earth and withered leaf and bare twigs and hoary withered goldenrods, etc.
Henry David Thoreau. November 10, 1858.
That pure season showed up around November 6 this year. A month earlier, the foliage was a showy distraction to... [ READ MORE... ]
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Chris Wood, president and CEO of Trout Unlimited, delivers the annual State of TU presentation to members during September's annual meeting in Madison, Wisc.
Bristol Bay lodge owner Nancy Morris Lyon asks Administrator McCarthy about the EPA's plans to protect Bristol Bay from the impacts of the proposed Pebble Mine.
The Environmental Protection Agency is doing exactly what it should do in regard to the proposed Pebble Mine in Bristol Bay, Alaska, and... [ READ MORE... ]
The recent National Wildlife Federation report on climate change, Swimming Upstream, lays out a very uncertain future for America's trout and salmon that need cold, clean water for their very survival. The good news is, TU has been working for years all across the country to arm our prized trout... [ READ MORE... ]
A little over a year ago, Marc Payne won an essay contest for the right to join TU on a blogger tour of Yellowstone National Park, where he helped remove non-native lake trout from Yellowstone Lake and learn more about how invasive species are threatening the native cutthroat trout and grayling of... [ READ MORE... ]