2011 Archive

Fall 2011

Featured Stories

The Fish Rescuers
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TU Volunteers go the extra mile to save trapped trout.
By Randy Scholfield

The Drive to Discover
TU's new classroom project combines research with education.
By Samantha Carmichael

Fishing TU's Home Waters
Wyoming's Wind River.
By Corey Toye

The Chosen Ones
The 12 best trout and salmon fishing books.

Healing Troubled Waters
A primer on stream restoration practices.
By Jack Williams

Voices from the River
Let the wild rivers breathe.
By Dave Stalling

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Summer 2011

Featured Stories

Ted and Trout
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Ted Turner's quest to create native trout strongholds in the West.
By Todd Wilkinson

A Future in Fish
Guide school offers alternatives to mine-related jobs.
By Paula Dobbyn

The Yin and Yang of Cows
Can cattle coexist with trout?
By David Hart

Tenkara
A simplistic form of fly fishing
By Chris Hunt

Voices from the River
The Home Place
By Walt Gasson

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Spring 2011

Featured Stories

Protecting the resource

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TU volunteers step-up to police drilling in the Marcellus Shale region.
By Morgan Lyle

Tangled Up in Growth
Protecting trout and salmon populations from urban growth.
By Jeff Erickson

Fishing TU's Home Waters
Pennsylvania's Valley Creek
By Fred Gender

Wild Places
TU and Field and Stream magazine partner to draw attention to resources that need protecting.
By Chris Hunt

Voices from the River
River Home
By Debra Magpie Earling

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Winter 2011

Featured Stories

A Monster on the Rise
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FDA's approval of the genetically modified “frankenfish” would threaten wild salmon.
By Susan Stranahan

Leaning on Water
The relationship between anglers and water
By Christopher Camuto

Returning to the Place of Their Ancestors
Dam removal in Wyoming opens 50 miles of habitat to Snake River cutthroat
By Paul Bruun

The Power of Resilience
A tiny creek in Montana offers big lessons on helping native trout survive drought and climate change
By Randy Scholfield

Voices from the River
Seasons of Life in the Big Thompson Canyon
By Dean Miller

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