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Since 1975, TU's Embrace A Stream program has awarded more than $4.5 million in competitive grants to chapters across the country. The local chapters and councils raise additional funds – leveraging donations to the Embrace A Stream grant program by as much as 20-to-1 – and have contributed a [ READ MORE... ]
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Scientists say that at least 2 percent of the young fish migrating to the sea (smolts) must survive and return as adults for upriver salmon and steelhead stocks to sustain themselves. That has happened only a few times in the last two decades. And science indicates that removing four lower Snake [ READ MORE... ]
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Students release trout they raised in their kingarten classroom under the watchful eye of their teacher, Eleanor Sather. Cole Larsen/Trout Unlimited By Eleanor Sather I am, above all, a teacher who wants to inspire in her students a curiosity in the natural world and a respect for the world around [ READ MORE... ]
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By Sam Sedillo   It started with an idea. The trout, salmon, and steelhead fisheries around Redding are arguably the best that California has to offer. But there was no local Trout Unlimited chapter to conserve and sustain them. “My thought was, why didn’t we have a TU chapter already based in [ READ MORE... ]
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By Brian Johnson   One of the biggest challenges in the world of cold water conservation is making water laws and regulations work for the benefit of people who depend on rivers as well as for people who depend on water diversions. State water laws can be complex, especially when it comes to [ READ MORE... ]
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First graders prepare to release salmon fingerlings into the Rogue River. The students from Assumption School in Belmont, Mich., participate in the Michigan Department of Natural Resources Salmon in the Classroom program. By Jamie Vaughan The 8th grade students at Assumption School in Belmont, Mich [ READ MORE... ]
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It’s May – and the weather is unsettled across most of the country. That can only mean one thing – good fishing is just around the corner! Sure, we’re also busy planting willows on riverbanks. We’re teaching youth in classrooms about trout biology. We’re working with our neighbors to take out [ READ MORE... ]
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Students from New York prepare to release trout they raised from eggs. Trout Unlimited photo By Tara Granke WARD POUND RIDGE RESERVOIR, New York — Do you remember the first time you heard or saw a river? Some of us grew up hearing those sounds, so it might be difficult to remember the first time. [ READ MORE... ]
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Earlier this year Trout Unlimited, Orvis, COSTA and the Fly Fishing Film Tour announced a new program designed to increase the representation of women in fly fishing film. We did this because while women are a fast growing demographic of new anglers – they weren’t often enough the subject of fly [ READ MORE... ]
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You live in a proud community which is chock full of admirable institutions and civic virtue. In all likelihood I’ve never been there, but I’ve experienced enough places to make that claim with confidence. I’m equally confident asserting that the local fly shop does more for you and your corner of [ READ MORE... ]
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