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Students from Sparta Middle School sift through leaf litter to search for macroinvertabrates that colonized the packs over the past month. By Jamie Vaughn Four weeks have passed and students in the Rogue River watershed are finishing up their leaf pack experiments with Trout Unlimited’s Home Rivers [ READ MORE... ]
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A student works on placing an artificial leaf pack in a Michigan stream. In several weeks they will examine the packs for macroinvertabrates to determine if polution is affecting the stream.  By Jamie Vaughn Trout Unlimited’s Home Rivers Initiative in Michigan is continuing to train young [ READ MORE... ]
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On the average, every 6 months. a new aquatic invasive species is introduced into the Great Lakes in ballast water.  This court decision is a big win for protecting the Great Lakes! There are ways to mitigate the impact of ballast water, and hopefully, the rewrite ordered by the courts, will [ READ MORE... ]
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Recent news reports of the discovery of two new aquatici invasive species in Michigan, New Zealand Mudsnails and Didymo should be of interest to TU member/anglers fishing Michigan rivers and streams.  Followng is a news article containing information about the recent discoveries.  http://www. [ READ MORE... ]
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Whirling disease has been detected in the Watauga River in North Carolina. The following article provides good information on the status of the discovery.  If you are fishing these waters, be especially careful to clean and dry your fishing gear and avoid moving fish, fish parts, plants, or water [ READ MORE... ]
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Following is a good article written by Ryan Sabalow of the Sacramento Bee about the discovery of whirling disease in two California state hatcheries.    http://www.sacbee.com/news/state/california/water-and-drought/article24825115.html
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Following is an interesting story about the recovery of Colorado's rainbow trout from the impacts of whirling disease.    http://www.denverpost.com/dempsey/ci_28327748/colorados-wild-rainbow-trout-story-could-have-fairy
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Didymo is showing up in many new locations and threatening the ecology of our cold water fisheries.  Why?  This is an excellent article on the current state of didymo research.  http://www.hcn.org/issues/47.5/the-case-of-the-snotty-streams
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All Bozeman area TU'ers are looking forward to TU CEO Chris Wood coming to Bozeman to speak to the Montana State University Trout Collection event on April 23rd and to the Madison-Gallatin TU Chapter on April 22nd!  There's a rumor that an important "meeting" will take place on the morning of the [ READ MORE... ]
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This is a good article about what I would describe as "unintentional bucket biology."  What is described here is not invasive bucket biology where someone knowingly introduces an invasive or non-native fish species to suit their interest in having this particular fish available to fish for in their [ READ MORE... ]
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