There are a lot of people these days willing to make money and foward industrializtion with little respect towards the enviroment and ecology. Please share stories of conservation happening in your area.
Commercial fishermen and tribal leaders from Southeast Alaska are in Washington, D.C, this week. They're there to press for U.S. State Department action to protect their region's copius wild salmon runs, thriving tourism industry, and cultural resources from large-scale mine projects planned for... [ READ MORE... ]
By Heidi Oberstadt
Hello, everyone! My name is Heidi, and I’m TU’s new Women’s Membership Coordinator. I have some great projects in the works, and I’d like to share them with you.
We’ve started a series of events titled, “Women in TU." We're hosting meetings adjacent to our existing TU regional... [ READ MORE... ]
EPA and the Corps of Engineers Takes Step to Improve Fishing
For the past decade, a cloud has hung over 60 percent of the rivers and streams historically covered by the Clean Water Act, one of our country’s bedrock laws for protecting rivers, streams and wetlands. For more than... [ READ MORE... ]
John Ross, author of TU's 100 Best Trout Streams, has agreed to share a bit of information about each of the destinations contained in the newest edition of his book with readers here on the TU blog.
For years, this book has been the definitive guide to some of the best trout fishing in the country... [ READ MORE... ]
Perk and Dave Perkins: visionary conservation leaders
By Scott Yates
Here in Montana, a touch of spring is in the air—and that means more than just a new fishing season. It also means Trout Unlimited’s dedicated staff and volunteers are actively readying for another restoration field season. In the... [ READ MORE... ]
“What will we do this summer?”
Well, if your family lives in the Driftless Area of the Upper Mississippi River Basin, you might consider fossil hunting, hiking, paddling, caving, foraging, geocaching, or fishing for trout on the over 600 trout streams across the region. Those activities will be... [ READ MORE... ]
By Rob Sanderson, Jr.
My grandmother who raised me taught me an important lesson — take care of the land and water, and it will take care of our present and future generations. I try to live by that principle every day. That’s why I’m speaking out about industrial developments happening near my... [ READ MORE... ]
Our good friends at Simms have on hand some unique t-shirts that aren't available through the company's catalog--but you can get your hands on them through a special promotion aimed at helping TU's efforts to control lake trout populations in Yellowstone Lake in order to protect native Yellowstone... [ READ MORE... ]
The Next Steps for Bristol Bay
By Tim Bristol
Recently, we reached a significant waypoint on the long, winding road to Bristol Bay Protection but it’s important remember the journey is far from over.
On February 28th The EPA sent a letter to the State of Alaska, the Pebble Limited Partnership and... [ READ MORE... ]
Rekindling the Republican Side of Conservation
Former Alaska State Senate President Rick Halford, a republican, speaks to the responsibility that we have to protect Bristol Bay's renewable resources in this short video.
“Democracy way over represents the need and greed of the present; and way... [ READ MORE... ]