TU Corporate Partners

Companies that Support the Work We Do

TU enjoys excellent relationships with outdoor companies and corporations that support all aspects of our work. We’re grateful for their support, and encourage our members to patronize our corporate partners whenever possible. 

Alaska’s Bristol Bay is home to the world’s most productive remaining salmon fishery. The proposed Pebble gold and copper mine poses an unacceptable risk to the fishery and to the thousands of sport and commercial fishing jobs that it sustains. Tiffany and Compnay supports the effort of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to exercise its legitimate authority under the Clean Water Act to protect the Bristol Bay watershed by prohibiting the development of the Pebble Mine. Tiffany and Company has long supported TU in our efforts to protect Bristol Bay.


 Costa is committed to ensuring the long-term sustainability of fresh water ecosystems and fisheries as the offical sunglasses of Trout Unlimited. TU's partnership with Costa includes extensive support of th TU 5 Rivers program which serves over 200 members on over 35 college campuses.


Orvis donates 5 percent of pre-tax profits annually to organizations that protect fish and wildlife habitat. They provide TU generous support for conservation projects like our 1,000 Miles Campaign, focused support for the Clark Fork watershed in Montana, as well as support for our Bristol Bay Guide Academy in Alaska. The Orvis 101 Fly Fishing school has taught thousands of new anglers and also provided complimentary TU memberships, introducing a new generation of anglers to conservation.


Telos has teamed with the nation’s largest coldwater conservation organization, Trout Unlimited, to serve U.S. veterans through TU's Veteran Service Partnership. Through Telos generous support, the partnership works with veteran rehabilitation groups across the country, assisting veterans in rehabilitation after physical and emotional injuries. 


Sage is a founding supporter of Trout Unlimited's Wild Steelhead Initiative, going above and beyond to give not just financially, but through hands on assistance in promoting the Wild Steelheaders United campaign. Sage encourages their employees to support conservation, making time to attend important fisheries meetings and events.


Steelhead Vineyards began in 1998 as a tribute to steelhead and Coho salmon and our commitment to restoring their habitats in the Northern California waterways. The project lead to a unique partnership between Trout Unlimited and Steelhead Vineyards. TU has worked extensively to restore important Northern California watersheds and in recognition of this Steelhead Vineyards donates a percent of it sales to support these environmental projects. Steelhead Vineyards expresses our two passions: to create outstanding wine and to maintain and restore a balance with the surrounding environment. We take these very seriously and are simply committed to "Better Wine. Better World."


L.L.Bean actively supports non-profit organizations that strive to preserve wilderness recreation areas, foster outdoor recreation, protect wildlife habitats and further conservation education. Each year L.L. Bean donates thousands of pieces of fly fishing equipment to TU chapters across the US.


Con Edison is a contributing sponsor of TU's Trout In the Classroom programs.  Con Edison's commitment to the environment extends beyond its business operations with a long tradition of providing support to environmental groups and educational organizations.


The Coca-Cola Company partnered with Trout Unlimited, the Fort Shaw Irrigation District, the Sun River Watershed Group and the Bureau of Reclamation to create that better future for the river and the producers who rely on the Sun River’s (Montana) water. The Coca-Cola Company continues to support projects in the west including Utah and New Mexico.


Simms is a contributing sponsor of TU's efforts to eradicate invasive Lake Trout (aka Mackinaw trout) in Yellowstone National Park.  Simms engineers advanced outerwear to turn a collar to the cold and wet. We’re also well aware that keeping those comfort ideals afloat depends on not shipwrecking the essential resources and environments our products are designed to excel in. That’s why Simms maintains an unwavering commitment to protecting and conserving this planet’s fresh- and saltwater fisheries from imminent environmental threats. Since the beginning, Simms has partnered with leading fisheries conservation organizations the world over, recently spearheading Aquatic Invasive Species education and awareness, while innovating CleanStreamTM technologies to minimize the spread of "hitch-hiking" organisms.


Cheeky Fishing, a Massachusetts-based manufacturer of high-performance fishing reels, provides TU members a significant discount on Cheeky products, and an additional discount to members of TU’s 5 Rivers college program.  Founded in 2009, the Cheeky brand has grown rapidly as word of its high quality products and reasonable price points has spread throughout the industry.  In addition to helping TU with direct funding from sales, Cheeky will also donate reels to be used for fundraising packages and events.


Global Rescue has partnered with Trout Unlimited to donate a portion of the proceeds of sales of its memberships back to the organization, and providing special content on how to stay safe on fishing trips. Global Rescue has performed more than 7000 emergency operations for families and individuals needing assistance while traveling.


 

Upslope Brewing Company has benefitted coldwater fisheries and watersheds through their 1% for Rivers campaign since 2011. One percent of all Craft Lager can sales are donated to TU chapters in Colorado, Arizona, Montana, Texas and Wyoming.

 

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