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Join us for our monthly meeting to learn more about the strategic goals for 2016, join/form a committee, and meet other members of the Chapter. Here's our plan for 2016 - engage local youth and develop programs to inspire the next generation of conservation leaders, increase our knowledge of " [ READ MORE... ]
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By Jessica Strickland California has the most diverse variety of trout of any state in the continental U.S. There’s a good reason for this: the Golden State has the most varied climate and ecology of any of the Lower 48 states. But since the Gold Rush era a massive amount of cold water habitat in [ READ MORE... ]
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Tim Bristol is leaving as the director of TU's Alaska program after 10 years.    By Tim Bristol   Dear members and supporters of TU's Alaska Program,   First and foremost, I hope your summer fishing has been fantastic.  Today, I felt the first slight hint of fall in the wind and while that may [ READ MORE... ]
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By Paula Dobbyn This week marks the one-year anniversary of the Mount Polley mine disaster in British Columbia, Canada’s worst mine-related disaster. The tailings dam breach on Aug. 4, 2014, sent some 6.6 billion gallons of mine waste water and sludge into lakes and streams leading to the Fraser [ READ MORE... ]
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Lahontan cutthroat trout occupy less than 9 percent of their historic stream and river habitat according to Trout Unlimited's State of the Trout Report. By Brett Prettyman Working to protect and restore the headwaters of North American streams and rivers benefits more than trout. A myriad of [ READ MORE... ]
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California's famous Hot Creek could be affected by proposed geothermal energy projects.   By Max McDermott Late last week, the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee wrapped up its third and final day of markup on the Energy Policy Modernization Act of 2015, a bill that contains several [ READ MORE... ]
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The Yakima River Headwaters TU Chapter recently completed the first of many events on Crystal Creek, an intermittent tributary of the Yakima. Historically, the area of Roslyn and Ronald, WA were mining towns, and Crystal Creek bears the legacy of those operations. Smaller tributaries and springs [ READ MORE... ]
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In drought conditions, fish and wildlife will change their behaviors to avoid stressors - predators, water temperatures, and other recreational activities where human interactions can impact today's and future generations. In our closed or restricted streams and rivers in the headwaters, suction [ READ MORE... ]
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This steelhead didn't make it out of the Pajaro River, on California's central coast, before it dried up.   July 16, 2015. Today, the House of Representatives passed H.R. 2898, the Western Water and American Food Security Act, a bill largely driven by members representing California’s Central [ READ MORE... ]
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In Oregon, a one-man bucket brigade is doing his part to save wild steelhead fry in creeks no longer connected to the main stem of the Rogue River due to drought.  The story, reported on by Mark Freeman at the Medford Mail Tribune, followed Pete Samarin as he tramped up the dried beds of Left Fork [ READ MORE... ]
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