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By Tasha Sorensen What do you hold sacred? Is it family, friends, storytelling, or number of ‘likes’ on your post? Maybe it is walking your dog, a new truck, more money, a secure job, traveling, what others think about you or memories. Maybe it is all, or none, of those things. If remote and [ READ MORE... ]
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Come show your support for protecting Montana's Smith River and have a beer while you're at it! Trout Unlimited will be hosting a "Don't Risk the Smith" night Sunday, May 22 from 5-8 p.m. at the Ten Mile Creek Brewery in Helena, Montana. Join us for live music and good beer. And if you haven't, [ READ MORE... ]
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By Rene Henery We are entering a new time. Old feuds and litigations are slowly giving way to collaboration. Increasingly, we are recognizing the need to manage California’s rivers and aquifers to meet the connected needs of our cities, farms, wilderness and wildlife.  With this convergence comes [ READ MORE... ]
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Since its inception in 1988, Montana’s Big Blackfoot Chapter of Trout Unlimited has instigated or partnered in tens of millions of dollars of habitat restoration, streamflow improvement and land conservation. The chapter employs its own restoration coordinator, and the results of that capacity can [ READ MORE... ]
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Photo by Alan Corbett   By: Jenny Weis   It’s hard to overemphasize the beauty of the Tongass National Forest. Giant hemlock, spruce, and cedar trees cover most of Southeast Alaska’s islands and line the coasts, comprising the United States’ largest national forest. The Tongass attracts about 1.5 [ READ MORE... ]
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Starting this spring and running through the summer, our friends at Sage are touring the West via their "On the Water" events. In all, the company and its reps will visit 10 iconic western fisheries and host demonstration events, put their products into the hands of potential customers and have [ READ MORE... ]
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Dr. Helen Neville takes genetic samples from Lahontan cutthroat trout in the Maggie Creek drainage of northern Nevada.   By Dr. Helen Neville Our national stream-scape is riddled by hundreds of thousands of road culverts that fragment trout populations and are a leading cause of the decline of [ READ MORE... ]
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Hello Yakima River Headwaters TU members and volunteers!    One of our goals for the Teanaway is an interactive map, housing water temperature and quality data, habitat projects, and organizations/partners in the watershed. At the recent IFFF Fair in Ellensburg, this idea was brainstormed further [ 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 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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