Wisconsin TU is comprised of 21 chapters, which cover the entire geographic footprint of Wisconsin. It has roughly 5,000 members who perform significant stream restoration, youth outreach, and Veterans service projects each year.
If you care about cold water, Wisconsin TU is the place for you.
What follows is an e-mail which was sent to all Wisconsin TU leaders this morning. Please feel free to post any pertinent information as a comment to this post.
Dear Wisconsin TU Leaders and Friends:
As many of you know, New Zealand Mudsnails have been... [ READ MORE... ]
I have just learned that the Wisconsin Trout Unlimited License Plate Bill has been set for an Executive Vote on November 12, 2013, at 9:00 a.m.
THE MISSION CHANGES NOW.
Our mission is to contact our legislators and tell them to VOTE YES on AB-173, and to ADVANCE IT ONWARD to the full... [ READ MORE... ]
I grew up in Jefferson County in an area about as flat as flat gets in Wisconsin. We knew who farmed most of the land we drove past on the way to church each Sunday, and more than a few of those families sat in the pews around us.
When the Brewers were on, we listened to Bob Uecker call games on... [ READ MORE... ]
In southwest Montana earlier this summer, I was driving in to town for dinner with a few friends. We’d fished big water: One stream which was subject to agricultural dewatering was warm and about to be shut down to fishing, and another was a tail water full of an endless school of large brown... [ READ MORE... ]
Trout Unlimited is a big umbrella.
It does not matter which side of the aisle your chosen politicians sit on: TU has you covered. It does not matter if you are man or woman, what your racial makeup is, or what level of education you have: TU has you covered. Closest to home, it does not matter if... [ READ MORE... ]
The 2014 Wisconsin Council Banquet will be held in Oshkosh on Febuary 1, 2014.
We'll have an all-Council meeting from 9:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. ish, with a lunch break, and then break out sessions and a cocktail hour will follow.
There is no better way to understand the full breadth of all that... [ READ MORE... ]
Wisconsin is home to a significant portion of the Driftless Area. Wisconsin is also home to rural and urban chapters working together for a common cause. Our chapter edges aren't boundaries, they're links.
Pictured above is a Driftless Area workday which drew over 70 volunteers from 7 chapters... [ READ MORE... ]
What are the hot flies any visiting trout fisher should have for the Annual Meeting's Hosted Fishing Day in Madison, WI?
Although the event information is good, I was hoping for some local insite. You know, the tasty inside scoop. Won't you help a fishing brother out? And of course, I will keep the... [ READ MORE... ]
We have several new chapter sites and therefore new site administrators that have launched their new.ut.org site within in the last two weeks. I would like to say welcome and we look forward to discussions about using the new sites.