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The Baltimore Sun
By Mike Kingaman
Monday, November 30, 2015
It's a pretty fish, as fish go, and one as old as the hills that buffer its unsullied streams in Central and Western Maryland. The brook trout is a keeper, said Scott Scarfone, who is determined it stays that way.
Smoky Mountain News
Wednesday, November 25, 2015
Fish habitat and the brook trout populations in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park got a $19,000 boost thanks to a donation from the Little River Chapter of Trout Unlimited, based in Maryville, Tennessee.
(Maryville, Tn.) Daily Times
By Matthew Stewart
Wednesday, November 25, 2015
Porter Elementary fourth-graders have embarked upon a new journey, raising trout in anticipation of a release later this year.
York Dispatch
By John Pavoncello
Sunday, November 15, 2015
Jonathan McGee, 17 of Stewartstown, plants eyed trout eggs in the streamside incubator box he built for an Eagle Scout Project, Friday Nov. 13, 2015.
The (Charlottesville, Va.) Daily Progress
By Bob Stuart
Wednesday, November 25, 2015
WAYNESBORO — A new National Wildlife Federation report identifies three Virginia fish species that face serious threats from the effects of climate change, including brook trout, a popular South River species and one native to several other Shenando

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