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The Baxter (Ark.) Bulletin
By Josh Dooley
Monday, May 16, 2016
NORFORK - Surrounded by their peers, two Calico Rock High School students carried a cooler full of cold water Tuesday from the parking lot down, to Dry Run Creek next to the Norfork Fish Hatchery.
Cody Enterprise
By Lew Freedman
Friday, May 13, 2016
Trout Unlimited officials, Crowther, and Dave Sweet, listened intently as Koel and his cohorts reported. As enthusiastic supporters of the cutthroat trout they are glad the Park Service is trying so hard to restore it. “The fact that they’re tackling these issues,” Sweet said, “you’ve got to be optimistic.”
The Roanoke (Va.) Times
By Bill Cochran
Friday, May 13, 2016
By Bill Cochran | Special to The Roanoke Times The Smith River in the Bassett area is destined to be in the spotlight when Trout Unlimited members gather in Roanoke May 20 through 22 for the organization’s southeast regional meeting.
Brattleboro (Vt.) Reformer
By Maddi Shaw
Friday, May 13, 2016
BROOKLINE — Fourth- and fifth-grade students at NewBrook Elementary School released trout into Grassy Brook Thursday morning as the culmination of a months-long project.
KSTP ABC News (MInn.)
Friday, May 13, 2016
A six-month lesson for Minnesota students ended Wednesday at the Vermillion River in Farmington. The students have been raising trout from eggs. They're now fingerlings about 3 inches long.
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