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Salmon – the icon of Alaskan life and culture. Salmon – bright as a new dime, unchanged in millions of years in North America’s wildest waters. Salmon – the keystone of ecosystems from California to Siberia. Salmon – our last link to what was and our best reminder of what still could be…You know [ READ MORE... ]
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Mike Sayre, president of the Ernie Nester chapter in West Virginia, presents a Spy Point camera to David Hylton, a state conservation officer. Hylton will use the camera to deter poaching on the catch-and-release-only section of Paint Creek in Fayette County. (Photo courtesy of Mike Sayre.) By Mark [ READ MORE... ]
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By Randy Scholfield There’s no getting around a basic fact: cleaning up abandoned mines is a tough task that requires money. Time, commitment and money. So there must be an accounting error in the just-released Trump administration budget for the EPA. Because despite Secretary Scott Pruitt [ READ MORE... ]
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Earlier this month, the EPA and the Pebble Limited Partnership announced that the court case between the two entities will be settled, and that the PLP will be able to move through the permitting process and potentially develop the world's largest open-pit copper and gold mine in the headwaters of [ READ MORE... ]
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Fish like this stout wild Pennsylvania brown trout have helped TU staffer Chad Chorney's transition from the West to the East. By R. Chad Chorney “What? You’re moving from Idaho to Pennsylvania? Why would you ever do that?”  I can’t tell you how many times I received that reaction from friends and [ READ MORE... ]
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By Eliza Perrault What do agriculture, fisheries, forestry, soil conservation, wildlife and foraging have in common?  Conservation, that's what. Every spring, professionals from all areas of conservation gather for Coos County Conservation Day in Columbia, N.H., to share their passions with local [ READ MORE... ]
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Volunteers assist TU staff on a riparian corridor planting project in the upper Potomac River watershed in West Virginia. Elimination of funding for the Chesapeake Bay Program, as proposed in President Trump's FY2018 budget, would devastate stream restoration efforts that are helping to improve [ READ MORE... ]
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Celebrate your public lands: trout caught in Fern Lake, Rocky Mountain National Park Chances are, if you’ve fished for trout in Colorado, you’ve caught many of them on or near public lands. There are so many great places to explore, fish, hike and hunt in Colorado—and many are only accessible [ READ MORE... ]
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The intersection of Little Harvey Creek and Pine Creek, aptly named Confluence Meadow.   By Dave Lass and Luke Hunt, PhD In the Eagle Lake watershed, located east of Lassen Volcanic National Park, a diverse collection of local, state and federal partners are working to restore some of the largest [ READ MORE... ]
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By Jeff Florence Not all of Trout Unlimited’s efforts are loud and publicized. In fact, some are quiet and calculated. Many TU efforts don’t generate action alerts or require high level discussions with politicians. Case in point: TU recently succeeded in protecting the Gold Medal waters of the [ READ MORE... ]
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