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Trout Unlimited's National Leadership Council created a climate change working group among volunteer leaders to help shape TU's approach to a changing climate--a huge step for TU's volunteers who are digesting the science of climate change and shaping TU's policy on this complex and often... [ READ MORE... ]
Check this out: On a beautiful October evening, a crowd gathered in downtown Denver to watch Browns Canyon come alive on the façade of the McNichols Building, in an eye-popping display of light and images. The Oct. 17 event, called “Browns Canyon Live,” was sponsored by Sportsmen for Browns Canyon... [ READ MORE... ]
Re-read Wendell Berry's Solving for Pattern. Still so true: http://bit.ly/1DC01Lz .
Some common sense from Senator Martin Heinrich about keeping public lands in public hands: http://1.usa.gov/1v4HW46 .
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TUNE IN TO WWW.HANRADIO.COM ON OCTOBER 30TH AT 1 PM EASTERN TIME TO HEAR JACK WILLIAMS LIVE ON "THE YANKEE FISHERMAN" iNTERNET RADIO SHOW.
Jack will be discussing our position on Climate Change with Host, John Kovach.If you are not able to tune in at 1PM eastern on 10/30, a full rebroadcast will be... [ READ MORE... ]
Sportsmen call for Clean Water. 94-185 of the signers are TU chapters and councils. http://bit.ly/1tJhXEK . Hoo Rah!
Travis Gillespie caught the most fish (22), using a small brown ant pattern.
by Randy Scholfield
Dutch John, Utah— Fly anglers often have their vests crammed with fly boxes full of every imaginable size and pattern when spending a day on the water. But what happens when you’re forced to choose a... [ READ MORE... ]
by Randy Scholfield
Denver Post outdoors writer Scott Willoughby continued his excellent recent series on Colorado's "Best Wild Places" with a feature article on the Roan Plateau, a rugged backcountry area in western Colorado where TU has been working for 15 years to protect watershed habitat and... [ READ MORE... ]
Lisa Bolton and Anna Halligan, TU's North Coast Coho Project team, are stoked about getting "skunked."
By Sam Davidson
It is only 25 miles, as the crow flies, between the hamlets of Fort Bragg and Willits, near the southern end of California’s fabled Lost Coast. But when you make this journey by... [ READ MORE... ]