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Rome (Ga.) News-Tribune
By Paul Diprima
Thursday, September 1, 2016
Allentown (Pa.) Morning Call
By Mark Demko
Tuesday, August 30, 2016
The resiliency of the species is what amazes Kathleen Lavelle. Even on hot summers like the one we're experiencing this year, tiny trout are able to survive, sometimes clinging to life in small pools only a couple of yards long.
Wilkes-Barre Times Leader
By Tom Venesky
Tuesday, September 13, 2016
The Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission and the state Department of Conservation and Natural Resources recently posted several sections of Penns Creek in Mifflin County to protect the wild trout that have congregated at the cool water spilling in
Denver Post
By Bruce Finley
Thursday, September 8, 2016

“Anglers and sportsmen strongly support this process,” said Trout Unlimited San Juan Mountains coordinator Ty Churchwell.

“We’ll monitor the progress in the months and years to come to ensure the cleanup is done right and supports a high-quality fishery in the Animas. It’s our hope that Congress appropriates adequate funding to begin the cleanup soon,” Churchwell said.

“Otherwise this listing will be an empty promise.”

Chaffee County Times
By Bill Perrill
Friday, August 26, 2016

Bruce says, “It is nothing short of miraculous the healing growth and peace of mind this worthy project brings. Without the help of the volunteers some of the activities would overwhelm me with the disabilities I have. These trips mean the world to me.”

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