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Goldendale Sentinel
By Andrew Christiansen
Wednesday, August 10, 2016

Strong wild steelhead runs throughout the Northwest is the measure of success that a group of fishers are seeking, according to Nick Chambers. Chambers is a biologist with the Wild Steelhead Initiative, a sub-group of Trout Unlimited.

Alaska Dispatch News
By Nelli Williams
Tuesday, August 9, 2016
Simply put, our salmon and clean water are what make Alaska exceptional. Whether this is something that we are able to hand down to the next generation is contingent upon us, and those we have elected as leaders today. While timber and mining are important to our economy and should be developed responsibly, they should not come at the expense of our salmon.
Field & Stream
By Josh Parks
Monday, August 8, 2016
Because of the fish's widespread effect on the ecosystem, Sweet said restoring the cutthroat is vitally important. “It’s called a keystone species in Yellowstone,” Sweet told the Cody Enterprise. “It really ripples through the ecosystem.”
Cody Enterprise
By Lew Freedman
Monday, August 8, 2016
“The cutthroat population has tripled,” said Cody’s Dave Sweet of Trout Unlimited about the last four years. At a recent national outdoor writers conference in Billings, Sweet played the lead role in round-table and panel discussions explaining how the iconic cutthroat trout is making a comeback in the lake. However, Sweet stressed that the war has not been won.
Bend Bulletin
By Mark Freeman
Monday, August 8, 2016
Groups such as Trout Unlimited are adding money and muscle to the effort to keep cutthroat, named for their tell-tale orange throat markings, among bison, grizzlies and wolves as apex fauna in America’s signature national park.

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