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... ]
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 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... ]
by Chris Wood
It’s appropriate that President Obama is signing the Farm Bill today in Michigan, a state that is not only a leader in agriculture innovation but also is the birthplace, more than 50 years ago, of Trout Unlimited, on the banks of the Au Sable River near Grayling. Agriculture and... [ READ MORE... ]
It’s easy to overlook small tributary creeks, but they play a big role in ensuring river health—and fishing opportunities. In this video, Lyndy Caine, owner of fly-fishing paradise Firehole Ranch in Montana, speaks about her collaboration with TU to preserve healthy flows and habitat in Watkins... [ READ MORE... ]
Posted in Stream Ambassadors, Veterans Service Partnership, Conservation, West of The Rockies, Colorado TU, Greater Yellowstone Area, Backcountry, TU Women's Discussion, Southeast Alaska, Climate Change, Outdoor Communicators
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.
By Chris Hunt
If you fish these days, and you're a die-hard catch-and-release angler, chances are, you capture the memoies of your trophies in megapixels. And, with the relatively affordable digital cameras on the market today, there's no reason you shouldn't.
But are you taking the best... [ READ MORE... ]