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Landscape like this dots land proposed as a wilderness study area. Pam Harrington photo. By Pam Harrington What’s in a name? In the case of Disaster Peak it could be wilderness – as in a proposed wilderness area straddling the Nevada/Oregon border. Trout Unlimited recently led an exploration party [ READ MORE... ]
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A heavy sediment flush has turned the Shoshone River near Cody into a cholocate-covered death swim for trout and other aquatic invertebrates. Photo by Dave Sweet. By Tommy Thompson CODY, Wyoming - A recent mud flow in one of our local rivers has devastated not only a productive fishery, but also [ READ MORE... ]
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TU is working to restore salmon and steelhead in California’s two largest river systems   California has over 189,000 miles of rivers. Salmon and steelhead swam in most of those miles until the 20th century, when dams and growing water diversions severely diminished fish passage and habitat. It’s a [ READ MORE... ]
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Bonneville cutthroat trout are native to the Weber River drainage in northern Utah and are recognized as the state fish of Utah. By Paul Burnett Who cares about a sucker? Trout Unlimited does. The bluehead sucker is a very unique and imperiled species I’m lucky enough to work with on the Weber [ READ MORE... ]
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The Roan Plateau of western Colorado.    by Chris Hunt I started working at Trout Unlimited almost 12 years ago, when I left a 15-year-career as a newspaper journalist to start working for an organization that endeavored every single day to protect the things I loved. I was about a dozen years into [ READ MORE... ]
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Trout Unlimited volunteers, staffers and partners gathered in Bozeman, Mont., for the 58th annual meeting. Brett Prettyman photo. By Brett Prettyman A record crowd of more than 300 people gathered for Trout Unlimited’s 58th annual meeting in Bozeman, Mont., last week. The meeting included a fishing [ READ MORE... ]
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Photos: Courtesy/EcoFlight   For the past year, TU has been part of the strong community voice advocating for protection of the Methow River headwaters from proposed mine development and subsequent threats to the Methow Valley’s irreplaceable natural resources and robust recreation economy. We are [ READ MORE... ]
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TU’s California Program releases new film and video channel, plays role in new proposed flow standards, rules to make water data more accessible and useful. Above photo: Bianchi Flowers Farm, Pescadero Creek, California central coast   By Brian J. Johnson As summer turns to fall, we come to the [ READ MORE... ]
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The first all-women team to compete in the event took third at the 2016 Utah Single Fly tournament. By Heidi Lewis As the newly appointed Women’s Initiative Council Chair of Utah what better way to get women involved than a friendly fishing competition? Not just any competition, but a fundraiser [ READ MORE... ]
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  Today, the Klamath River Renewal Corporation (KRRC) filed two applications with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC), which together mark a major milestone in the process of removing four hydropower dams through the Klamath Hydroelectric Settlement Agreement (KHSA). The objective of [ READ MORE... ]
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