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Native Bonneville cutthroat trout were released in the fall of 2015 as part of efforts to restore the fish in historic range in Utah. Brett Prettyman/Trout Unlimited By Paul Cowley  The Mill Creek Fish Restoration project in the Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest just east of Salt Lake City, Utah [ READ MORE... ]
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By Jamie Vaughan Trout Unlimited's Rogue River Home Rivers Initiative in Michigan recently hosted a volunteer insect monitoring day in partnership with the Michigan TU Council and Cannon Township. More than 80 volunteers, including local residents, school children and TU members, gathered on a [ READ MORE... ]
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TU staff and volunteers plant trees on a tributary to the West Fork of the Greenbrier River, on the Monongahela National Forest. (Travis Ferry photo.) By Travis Ferry So far the spring of 2016 has been another busy season for TU in West Virginia. On private land, Trout Unlimited’s Potomac [ READ MORE... ]
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By Tasha Sorensen What do you hold sacred? Is it family, friends, storytelling, or number of ‘likes’ on your post? Maybe it is walking your dog, a new truck, more money, a secure job, traveling, what others think about you or memories. Maybe it is all, or none, of those things. If remote and [ READ MORE... ]
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Third-grade teacher Lisa Marks stands in front of her classroom's winning artwork. by Joe Mark  ​Earlier this week, Ludlow Elementary School's Lisa Marks and her third grade students got some very good news. Lisa had entered a book her classroom created into Scholastic Magazine's national "Kids Are [ READ MORE... ]
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  By Randy Scholfield For Kevin Terry, preserving native trout is a passion—and his colleagues in the conservation community are taking notice. The Trout Unlimited fisheries biologist and project manager, based in Colorado’s San Luis Valley, was recently awarded the Gila Trout Award at the Native [ READ MORE... ]
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Participants in the Discover Nature Day at Seneca Rocks Discoery Center got a chance to pull garlic mustard,  an invasive plant that outcompetes native wildflowers and is harmful to several native butterfly species. (Photo: Mike Anderson, TU volunteer.)   By Travis Ferry   On April 30,  2016 [ READ MORE... ]
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by Brian Zupancic Defying the notion that Congress is locked in partisan gridlock, the Senate recently passed a comprehensive package of energy legislation.  The Energy Policy and Modernization Act, S.2012 saw Senate floor action earlier in the year, but was ultimately held back over contentious [ READ MORE... ]
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By Rene Henery We are entering a new time. Old feuds and litigations are slowly giving way to collaboration. Increasingly, we are recognizing the need to manage California’s rivers and aquifers to meet the connected needs of our cities, farms, wilderness and wildlife.  With this convergence comes [ READ MORE... ]
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By Randy Scholfield “We are facing a water urgency in the West,” said Sen. Ron Wyden of Oregon, at the outset of hearings today on drought legislation in the Senate’s Energy and Natural Resources Subcommittee on Water and Power.  And at the outset, Sen. Wyden commended Trout Unlimited and “ [ READ MORE... ]
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