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Jim Moersch of TU's St.Vrain Anglers Chapter, working hard! by Lauren Duncan On June 14, Trout Unlimited’s Abandoned Mine Lands team joined up with Colorado Trout Unlimited volunteers and U.S. Forest Service staff and volunteers for a successful revegetation workday at the Lower Creek project site [ READ MORE... ]
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Are you up for the GRTU Tomorrow Fund Challenge? The 066 - Guadalupe River chapter (GRTU) has a hunch. They're thinking that chapters and councils across the country care about engaging the next generation of river stewards as much as they do in Texas. So when they heard TU’s Headwaters Youth [ READ MORE... ]
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By Don Haynes When people think of the Gunpowder River in Maryland they invariably think of the 14-mile tailwater section flowing from Prettyboy Reservoir to Loch Raven Reservoir in Baltimore County. But above Prettyboy, from Hoffmanville to Southern York County in Pennsylvania, there are some 60 [ READ MORE... ]
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Dead salmon in the lower Klamath River, 2002. Yesterday, June 12, 2017, the House of Representatives passed H.R. 23, the Gaining Responsibility on Water (Grow) Act. This bill is one of the worst pieces of legislation in recent memory, in terms of its devastating effects on salmon and steelhead and [ READ MORE... ]
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By Joe Norton Recently, TU’s Upper Connecticut Home Rivers Initiative held our annual conservation days with the New Hampshire and Vermont TU Youth Trout Camps. Eliza Perreault led the camps’ Conservation Days. She is the Home Rivers Conservation Assistant, Education and Outreach Coordinator, [ READ MORE... ]
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The day Casey turned 11, the Environmental Protection Agency announced it was rescinding the 2015 Clean Water Rule and replacing it with one that might not apply the protections of the Clean Water Act to small and seasonal streams. On his birthday weekend, Casey asked that we take his brothers and [ READ MORE... ]
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By David Kinney None of us had laid eyes on the stream before, and as it turned out, we were just a bit over-equipped for the task at hand.   We had four- and five-weight rods, chest waders, and a thousand flies, among them the blue-winged olives and Isonychia we’d been told to expect. One of us [ READ MORE... ]
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Petroglyphs in Rio Grande del Norte National Monument.  By Randy Scholfield I recently floated down the Rio Grande Gorge in New Mexico—part of a trip we organized for journalists to highlight the Rio Grande Gorge National Monument north of Taos and the current administration’s efforts to review and [ READ MORE... ]
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By Paul DoscherI'll admit it. I was what some call an environmentalist (I prefer conservationist) before I was a TU member. Of course, I had angling in my history, but that was back when my father would wake me up at 5 a.m. on summer mornings so we could go out and catch our summer quota of yellow [ READ MORE... ]
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By Jamie Vaughan Students in the Sparta, Mich., community have been crusading to protect Nash Creek for years, planting trees, restoring prairies, and installing rain gardens and other native plant gardens to reduce polluted stormwater runoff on Sparta Schools’ property. Last year, they took their [ READ MORE... ]
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