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  Today, the Klamath River Renewal Corporation (KRRC) filed two applications with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC), which together mark a major milestone in the process of removing four hydropower dams through the Klamath Hydroelectric Settlement Agreement (KHSA). The objective of [ READ MORE... ]
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Sen. Bennet (center) on the South Platte: South Park a place worthy of protection By Randy Scholfield South Park is something special. This vast open landscape in western Colorado once was prized hunting lands for the Ute Indians. Today, the area remains a favorite outdoors playground for Colorado [ READ MORE... ]
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The Burns' father-daughter team, Bianchi Flowers Farm, Pescadero Creek   By Sam Davidson It’s common knowledge that most of Earth’s surface is covered with water. 71 percent of it, to be precise. In fact, all that water is what makes our planet the exceedingly rare biological gem that it is in the [ READ MORE... ]
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Paul Thompson holds a Bear River cutthroat caught at Bear Lake. Courtesy of Paul Thompson. By Paul Thompson My love of native cutthroat trout began in 1992 when I moved from the Midwest to begin a Master's Degree at the University of Wyoming .  My graduate project allowed study of the beautiful [ READ MORE... ]
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#TUTEENSKEEPEMWET by Erich Frie, Youth Leadership Council Member, Hacklebarney TU Chapter of NJ   A mammoth part of cold water conservation is making sure the fish are healthy and ample in the rivers they inhabit. As most fishermen know, the concept of catch and release is a more recent movement in [ READ MORE... ]
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#node-100522 #file-29684 { display: none; } Check out this great new video featuring TU staffers floating down Colorado's Gunnison River, fishing and talking about how agriculture and trout can coexist. Agriculture producers and conservationists haven't always seen eye to eye on water in the West [ READ MORE... ]
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Center pivot: better than flood irrigation for streams and fish? It depends.  By Brian Hodge In Trout Unlimited’s work with ranchers and farmers of the Upper Colorado River Basin, we often hear arguments about the relative benefits of flood and sprinkler irrigation for stream flows and fish. [ READ MORE... ]
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Long abondoned mines pose serious environmental concerns in headwater basins across the country. Trout Unlimited photo. By Warren Colyer Last week American Fork Creek, a popular angling destination on Utah’s Wasatch Front, ran thick and black with toxic sediment—the legacy of a hundred years of [ READ MORE... ]
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Beck is a member of the Lackawanna Valley chapter in Pennsylvania. He is also the president of the Lackawanna Valley TU Teens club. 2016 was his first Summit and he has been a productive member of the Youth Leadership Council since this summer. The YLC is the volunteer body made up of TU Teens [ READ MORE... ]
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Colorado River cutthroat like this one in Red Creek will benefit from a project a teenager from Wyoming will oversee for her local Trout Unlimited Chapter. JANAE'S JOURNEY Editors Note: This is the first in a series of blogs being written by a high school student from Green River, Wyoming, who [ READ MORE... ]
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