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.
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... ]
by Derek Haider
I teach 7th grade Biology at Evanston (WY) Middle School (EMS). I have always found the life sciences fascinating, and with my enthusiasm for Wyoming and its wildlife, I embarked on a teaching career nine years ago.
After a few years of teaching, I found that students were... [ READ MORE... ]
By Rob Masonis
For those of you who have had the good fortune of being tight to a wild steelhead taking you deep into your backing or cart-wheeling across a river, you understand the magic of this fish. And, like me, you probably want fish managers to ensure that such opportunities continue to... [ READ MORE... ]
When the venue goes silent in anticipation is when you know that community cares.
When thoughtful questions are asked is when you know a community cares.
When outfitters, anglers, business owners, sportsmen and women show up is when you know a community cares.
For three consecutive nights last... [ READ MORE... ]
Former Secretary of Interior and Arizona Governor Bruce Babbitt
Trout Unlimited will host its annual San Francisco Gala on Tuesday, March 18. We are honored to present a Trout Unlimited Conservation Leadership Award to former U.S. Secretary of the Interior and Arizona Governor Bruce Babbitt.... [ READ MORE... ]
Low flows on the Lower Illinois: lethal for trout
By Randy Scholfield
When is a river not a river? When it doesn’t have any water.
That was the situation on the Lower Illinois River in Oklahoma, in the almost 8 miles of tailwater trout fishery below Tenkiller Dam.
The Illinois is a fun and diverse... [ READ MORE... ]
Mushers in Alaska’s Iditarod sled dog race, including Monica Zappa, are making their way to Nome, battling some of the worse trail conditions in the history of the event. Warm weather and lack of snow have made parts of the roughly 1,000 trail extremely treacherous . Out of an initial field of 69... [ READ MORE... ]
by Randy Scholfield
When looking at conservation opportunities, TU thinks big. The Wenatchee River is an important but threatened salmon and steelhead fishery in central Washington. To aid in the recovery of this key river and enhance its fishing opportunities, TU's Washington Water Project has... [ READ MORE... ]
Even the maker of the world's most sought after jewelry knows that Bristol Bay is the wrong mine in the wrong place. Today, Tiffany and Co., in full-page ads in the Washington Post, San Francisco Chronicle and Seattle Times, supported the EPA's decision to use its clear authority under the Clean... [ READ MORE... ]
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.
This is one to celebrate.
It took a... [ READ MORE... ]