2008 Archive

Fall 2008

Featured Stories

Healing Waters (view electronic version or download 1.1 MB PDF)
Wounded warriors discover fly fishing’s healing power. 
By SARA KAPLANIAK

Prospecting Reform
Will Congress finally overhaul the General Mining Act of 1872?
By TOM KENWORTHY

The Road Not Traveled
TU proposes a few simple rules to govern ORV use on public lands. 
By KIRK DEETER

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Winter 2008

Featured Stories

Teaching Trout in the Classroom
It’s easy to imagine why kids love raising trout at school. But what’s making teachers so enthusiastic about the idea?
By MORGAN LYLE

Fish Out of Water
With record drought in the headlines, TU experts craft a new set of legal and legislative tools for keeping water instream.

A Cheat Sheet for Trout-Friendly Voters
TU’s top legislative priorities for 2008. Find out where your local candidates stand on the issues.

Dollars and Good Sense
The bottom-line benefits of a healthy trout stream.
By S.R. KINSELLA 

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Spring 2008

Featured Stories

Teaching Trout in the Classroom
It’s easy to imagine why kids love raising trout at school. But what’s making teachers so enthusiastic about the idea?
By MORGAN LYLE

Fish Out of Water
With record drought in the headlines, TU experts craft a new set of legal and legislative tools for keeping water instream.

A Cheat Sheet for Trout-Friendly Voters
TU’s top legislative priorities for 2008. Find out where your local candidates stand on the issues.

Dollars and Good Sense
The bottom-line benefits of a healthy trout stream.
By S.R. KINSELLA

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Summer 2008

Featured Stories

Western Water Project: A Decade of Accomplishments
TU litigates, advocates and restores its way to more supportive water law in the West. 
By S.R. KINSELLA

Anglers Welcome
Congress weighs a national system of protected areas for sportsmen.

Success on the Stream: Blackfoot River, Montana
How one community came together, with a little help from TU, to revive a beloved river.
By GREG TOLLEFSON

Musconetcong River, New Jersey: Protecting a Watershed, Piece by Piece
TU’s newest Home River reflects all that’s good—and not-so-good—about America’s most densely populated state.
By MORGAN LYLE

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