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Madison.com
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
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
By John Hayes
Monday, June 29, 2015
Native trout are in a sorry state and their future looks more troubling. That’s the analysis of a broad year-long study by cold-water fisheries advocate Trout Unlimited.
Mason City Globe-Gazette
By Staff Report
Monday, June 29, 2015
WASHINGTON, D.C. | North America’s already-embattled native trout populations continue to face serious threats, according to a comprehensive new report by Trout Unlimited.
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
By John Hayes
Sunday, June 28, 2015
Native trout are in a sorry state and their future looks more troubling. That’s the analysis of a broad year-long study by cold-water fisheries advocate Trout Unlimited.
Havasu News Herald
By Zachary Matson
Friday, June 26, 2015
Native trout species across the country face severe threats from climate change, invasive species, energy development and diminishing water resources, according to a report released Tuesday by Trout Unlimited.
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