This Father's Day, I cannot think of a better way to spend my time than fishing with my two kids in the streams of the Monongahela National Forest.
It's a family tradition that goes back to my ancestors in Pocahontas County, and each time I have been able to get out with my children has been a... [ READ MORE... ]
Way back in the the year 2014 a new vision was concieved in central West Virginia. A vision for a 21st century TU chapter and making long term sustainable impacts fueled by a passion for native species. Something edgy and young. The Sal font Chapter was born and only chartered since February 2014.... [ READ MORE... ]
Watch this clip of WVTU's Philip Smith as he and other monument advocates discuss the importance of cold, clean, fishable water on PBS This American Land.
Trout Unlimited is West Virginia's largest and most effective sportsman’s conservation organization. Growing with over 1,600 volunteer... [ READ MORE... ]
(Charleston, September 23, 2013) – Today, the West Virginia Council of Trout Unlimited and the Sportsmen Alliance for Marcellus Conservation expressed their support for the proposal to designate the Birthplace of Rivers National Monument in West Virginia. The full proposal can be found at www.... [ READ MORE... ]
Chapters, Councils, and our National Staff are constantly battling policy and legislation to ensure that our cold, clean, fishable water stays that way. As a Chair of one of these Councils I dread my state's legislative session each year. "Wonder what clean water protections they'll put on the... [ READ MORE... ]
High in the mountains of the southern Monongahela National Forest lies one of the largest expanses of contiguous wild forest in the eastern United States. As the largest federally-protected Wilderness Area in the East, Cranberry Wilderness has become a storied destination for those seeking a most... [ READ MORE... ]