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Yellowstone Insider
By Sean Reichard
Monday, August 8, 2016
“It’s the right thing to do,” said Brett Prettyman, intermountain communications director for Trout Unlimited. “We (humans) screwed it up.”
Hatch magazine
By Matthew Reilly
Monday, August 8, 2016
That, and I was junior in the group by 16 years—as fellow hiker and Virginian Mark Taylor of Trout Unlimited pointed out—and without excuse for sluggishness. Of the four of us tackling the trek, Keffer and Matt Miller, of the Nature Conservancy, were westerners acclimated to elevation, but nevertheless confident in my ability to set the pace. I was genuinely curious about how my body would handle the climb as I took the lead and we headed up the mountain donning light packs and rod tubes.
Uinta County Herald
By Mark Tesoro
Monday, August 8, 2016
One of the highlights of the tour was the work Trout Unlimited has done on the river. Fisheries restoration coordinator Jim DeRito informed tour participants of the projects done by the local chapter, Upper Bear River Trout Unlimited. “TU has presented Upper Bear River irrigation efficiency and fish conservation projects during meetings of the commission’s Water Quality Committee and its subcommittee/task force during the past year,” DeRito said. “The tour was a great opportunity to explain these projects and recent changes. … TU’s work aligns well with the commission’s mission to promote better water management. Improved irrigation water diversion and delivery practices also benefit streams and fish.”
Hatch magazine
By Kris Millgate
Monday, August 8, 2016
“Take three seconds to look around at where you are,” says Charlie Card, Trout Unlimited, Northeastern Utah backcountry coordinator. “This is pretty good.”
Salt Lake Tribune
By Emma Penrod
Monday, August 8, 2016
Brian Anderson, vice chairman of conservation for the Utah Council of Trout Unlimited, is less convinced that a reservoir is the answer to Sanpete's economic woes. "Any future growth of industry or municipalities will happen on irrigated land," he said. "They can take all the water used for irrigation and have some left over, and that has not been considered."
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