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Video of #somestreamerchick episode 6: The 11-Mile Challenge By Abbi Bagwell Have you ever walked 11 miles? Driven 11 miles? I mean, realistically, it would probably take me a full day (maybe a little longer?) to walk 11 miles, but probably less than seven minutes to drive it. (Shhhh! Don’t [ READ MORE... ]
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Trout Unlimited’s 11-mile challenge We can re-connect 11 miles of Southern Appalachian trout stream, but can you fish 11 stream miles in a season? *REGISTER HERE* Trout Unlimited’s Southeast Conservation Project will reconnect 11 miles of native brook trout stream in the Southern Appalachians this [ READ MORE... ]
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The Southeast Conservation Project is addressing the issue of stream fragmentation head on by using the best methods available to reconnect native trout streams. We address two of the most critical threats to aquatic populations in the region: 1) small population size (or ‘patch size’) due to [ READ MORE... ]
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The Southeast Conservation Project will complete four AOP projects in the initial phase, and three additional projects will be designed for future completion. Approximately 12 stream miles will be reconnected, giving aquatic species access to over 3,800 acres currently located above stream barriers [ READ MORE... ]
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2015 is a very exciting year for the Southeast Conservation Project.  Aquatic organism passage (AOP) projects are breaking ground on four sites which will reconnect over 11 miles of native trout stream. Follow our story here on the TU Blog and look for later posts on how to connect with us on [ READ MORE... ]
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