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The Roanoke (Va.) Times
By Bill Cochran
Wednesday, July 1, 2015
In the mountains of Virginia, you still can find streams that run cold and clear, some 600 of them home to the brook trout, a child of the Appalachians whose artistic markings are both subtle and vivid.
Martinsville Bulletin
By Staff Report
Tuesday, June 30, 2015
A new Trout Unlimited report highlights challenges facing native trout in the U.S. Climate change and non-native species are among the biggest threats in the mid-Atlantic, according to the report.
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
By Paul Smith
Monday, June 29, 2015

Readstown — The pastoral valley of Tainter Creek echoed with rumbles.

Mother Nature provided some of the soundtrack as a thunderstorm whipped through Wisconsin's Driftless Area.

The rest was courtesy of humans.

KSL-Salt Lake City
By Amy Joi O'Donoghue
Monday, June 29, 2015
MILL CREEK CANYON — A 20-ton culvert swayed gently when it was hoisted high in the air by a monstrous crane, and as it was lowered into place, there was barely a noise as it touched ground.
By Patrick Durkin
Monday, June 29, 2015
Trout Unlimited released its first “State of the Trout” report Tuesday, an 80-page document that raises ample concerns about the status and future of the United States’ 28 species of native trout, three of which are extinct and six threatened or end

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