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Students from McKinnon Elementary School watch as a recenty tagged fish is released as part of an Adopt-A-Trout program in Wyoming. Hillary Walrath photo. By Hillary Walrath A small creek in southwest Wyoming just got a big upgrade. This past November, a push-up style diversion was improved to a [ READ MORE... ]
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Trout Unlimited worked with the Ramsay family to restore an important creek for both native cutthroat trout and farmlands in southwestern Wyoming. Jackson Ramsay photo. By Jackson Ramsay In August of 2000, a wildfire ripped through the rugged country of southwest Wyoming. At the time it was the [ READ MORE... ]
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Roan Plateau: One of Colorado's last best places.   By David Nickum For more than a decade, the battle over Colorado’s Roan Plateau—a beautiful green oasis surrounded by oil and gas development—raged in meetings and in courtrooms. At issue: Would the “drill, baby, drill” approach to public lands [ READ MORE... ]
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Nearly 9,000 native Bonneville cutthroat trout, the state fish, were recently released in Mill Creek Canyon east of Salt Lake City. Mill Creek is now an entirely native fish system with Bonneville cutthroat, mountain suckers and longnosed dace all reintroduced after nonnative fish were removed. [ READ MORE... ]
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Photo and poem by Erich Frie, TU Teen member serving on the national Youth Leadership Council and Board Member of Hacklebarney TU, New Jersey.   Only in Dreams     I dream of a babbling brook Untouched by man That meanders through the countryside But this is only in dreams     I dream of the purest [ READ MORE... ]
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Trout Unlimited photo. By Corey Fisher One of the unique things about wind and solar energy development is that they rely on a clean source of energy that can’t be used up in the same way as fossil fuels. However, a challenge for these developments is that they often require scaling up across a [ READ MORE... ]
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A Bristol Bay rainbow trout.  by Chris Wood This was an uncommon and rancorous election, but the outcome is not. As is the case every four years, many are excited about the prospects for the new administration, and many are afraid of what it means for things they care about. I want to take a moment [ READ MORE... ]
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Landscape like this dots land proposed as a wilderness study area. Pam Harrington photo. By Pam Harrington What’s in a name? In the case of Disaster Peak it could be wilderness – as in a proposed wilderness area straddling the Nevada/Oregon border. Trout Unlimited recently led an exploration party [ READ MORE... ]
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A heavy sediment flush has turned the Shoshone River near Cody into a cholocate-covered death swim for trout and other aquatic invertebrates. Photo by Dave Sweet. By Tommy Thompson CODY, Wyoming - A recent mud flow in one of our local rivers has devastated not only a productive fishery, but also [ READ MORE... ]
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Restoration work under way at Kerber Creek. by Jeff Florence Trout Unlimited’s Mine Restoration Field Manager, Jason Willis, received the 2016 Excellence in Project Implementation award from the Water Quality Control Division – Non-Point Source Program (NPS) at the Sustaining Colorado Watersheds [ READ MORE... ]
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