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“We have 78 classrooms in Marin,” said Schultz, program director for the North Bay chapter of Trout Unlimited’s major educational programs, who was on track to deliver more than 2,000 eggs Wednesday. The children raise the trout in chilled aquariums provided by the coldwater conservation organization founded more than 50 years ago to protect trout habitat. The group also provides teacher training and support throughout the six-week program.
Rene Henery, a biologist with the conservation group Trout Unlimited, says relying on levees to contain rain-swollen waterways will produce failures and disasters. On the other hand, letting some of that water disperse across uninhabited farmland reduces pressure on critical levees that are protecting urban areas. With every drop of the world’s freshwater and every parcel of its arable land becoming more precious all the time, Henery says it’s increasingly vital that these resources be efficiently used and applied toward overlapping goals.
Trout Unlimited members deserve credit for stepping up to monitor streams in the range of natural gas drilling activities.
When standing in a creek in the Black Hills it’s hard to imagine how the trout that just sucked your fly off the water’s surface started its life.
It wasn't exactly a nice day at the park. The temperatures hovered around freezing on this Saturday morning in January as a wintry mix turned to a cold drizzle. The truck appeared suddenly in the empty lot at Waynesboro's Riverside Park.
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