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Satterlee Creek, an intermittent stream in Bradford County, Pa., is one that has been named and claimed by the community.   “Oh, that must be Fishing Creek.” If you’re crossing a bridge somewhere in Pennsylvania, it’s a pretty safe answer if someone asks you, “What stream is that?” I’ve never done [ READ MORE... ]
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A link to TU National article by Chris Woods. http://www.tu.org/blog-posts/dont-blame-anglers Climate change is real and it is happening now. AND, it will be the biggest danger threatening the health of our coldwater streams and rivers. This is a blog to discuss climate change issues, what we could [ READ MORE... ]
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http://www.lehighvalleylive.com/phillipsburg/index.ssf/2014/09/lopatcong... September 4, 2014 Environmentalists and anglers who want to keep the Lopatcong Creek pristine will don their work clothes and gather their garbage bags for a cleanup Saturday. The Lopatcong Creek Initiative and the Ridge [ READ MORE... ]
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Thanks to all the Ridge & Valley volunteers who came out on a beautiful Saturday morning to help clean up Roaring Rock Brook Park in Washington Township (Warren County).  This park contains a section of a wild trout stream and the paths in the park as well as the road along it see their share [ READ MORE... ]
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This blog post on the benefits to trout from river restoration appeared on the Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation site and was written by TU's Brian Cowden http://blog.grdodge.org/2014/05/15/restoring-river-channels-to-improve-t...
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RVTU 2014 Winter Newsletter.pdf
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Members of the Ridge & Valley chapter, joined by members from several additional chapters, joined forces at Allamuchy Mountain State Park in late March to harvest native willow "cuttings" to be planted later that same day at three locations in Warren and Morris counties on the Musconetcong [ READ MORE... ]
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We had a very strong turnout this year given the great weather.  TU chapter members helped the Musconetcong Watershed Association with their annual river clean up and were joined by families, Scouting groups, church groups, as well as concerned individuals that came out to clean along the roads and [ READ MORE... ]
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