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By Randy ScholfieldSome recent news stories about the horrific Animas River spill suggest that “all’s clear” with the health of the river and that the river has returned to pre-event “normal” conditions.Don’t believe it. True, the river and its stellar Gold Medal trout fishery seem to have survived [ READ MORE... ]
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Those of us who live here, who grew up here, who have spent any time here, know. Pennsylvania is a special place.  I’m sure many states would lay claim to that sentence. And many states would be right. I guess I’m a bit biased. As I’m learning more and more about our woods and waters, that bias [ READ MORE... ]
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This graphic of a tributary to the Eel River shows the intense marijuana cultivation typical of many drainages in California's Emerald Triangle. The large red circles indicate outdoor grows of more than 100 plants and the pot farms in this drainage alone require more than 15 million gallons of [ READ MORE... ]
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Wyoming Landscape Conservation Initiative executive committee chairman Wally Johnson presented Trout Unlimited's Nick Walrath with the WLCI Partnership Award at the Gooseberry Creek project site. Photo courtesy WLCI. By Brett Prettyman Trout Unlimited doesn’t do projects to earn awards, it’s all [ READ MORE... ]
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Jack Zwiers of Grand Rapids, Michigan, traveled to Salt Lake City for the Outdoor Retailer Summer Market and took time to hit some local waters before the show started. Courtesy Jim Zwiers. By Brett Prettyman Meet 14-year-old Jack Zwiers, Trout Unlimited’s newest life member. The Grand Rapids, [ READ MORE... ]
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Lahontan cutthroat trout occupy less than 9 percent of their historic stream and river habitat according to Trout Unlimited's State of the Trout Report. By Brett Prettyman Working to protect and restore the headwaters of North American streams and rivers benefits more than trout. A myriad of [ READ MORE... ]
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The Yakima River Headwaters TU Chapter recently completed the first of many events on Crystal Creek, an intermittent tributary of the Yakima. Historically, the area of Roslyn and Ronald, WA were mining towns, and Crystal Creek bears the legacy of those operations. Smaller tributaries and springs [ READ MORE... ]
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In drought conditions, fish and wildlife will change their behaviors to avoid stressors - predators, water temperatures, and other recreational activities where human interactions can impact today's and future generations. In our closed or restricted streams and rivers in the headwaters, suction [ READ MORE... ]
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This steelhead didn't make it out of the Pajaro River, on California's central coast, before it dried up.   July 16, 2015. Today, the House of Representatives passed H.R. 2898, the Western Water and American Food Security Act, a bill largely driven by members representing California’s Central [ READ MORE... ]
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One of about a million things that I love about working in conservation is the fact that you tend to work with great people. Bright, innovative people with a desire to use their business to give back to conservation. Let me introduce you to one of them, our newest TU Business member. I think I met [ READ MORE... ]
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