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  The Russian River Coho Water Resources Partnership, in which TU is a founding member, has received a Water Quality Stewardship Award from the California North Coast Regional Water Quality Control Board "for...efforts to address low flow conditions impacting salmon and steelhead in critical [ READ MORE... ]
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    We all know that quality habitat is the key to quality fishing and hunting. The best habitat is often found in large tracts of undeveloped country with low road densities. Thus it's no surprise that many of our best sporting opportunities in this country are found on public lands. Here's a good [ READ MORE... ]
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The Steelhead Whisperer works his magic on the Klamath River.   By Brian Johnson It’s the time of year to reflect on the highlights of the past twelve months. As California Director for Trout Unlimited, this retrospection is a welcome part of my job. Over my ten years with TU, we’ve had a lot of [ READ MORE... ]
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Childhood days spent wandering and fishing California's South Fork Kings River became the foundation of a man's life as a sportsman-conservationist.   By Bill Templin You probably have one of those places in the Great Outdoors that you’ve been visiting since you were very young. For me it’s the [ READ MORE... ]
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Angler Science + STREAM Education... you might be thinking, huh? Well, hang on. We suspect you may well know these two TU programs, and perhaps you have engaged with one or both of them locally. And, we're really interested to learn from you if you do!So, what is ANGLER SCIENCE? In essence it [ READ MORE... ]
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By Sam Davidson   Teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime. I’ve always liked the layers of meaning in this aphorism. I thought of this recently at the third annual Fresno SalmonFest, where I witnessed something extraordinary. The Fresno SalmonFest is an innovative and entertaining event [ READ MORE... ]
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By Brian Johnson We are down to the eleventh hour for the Klamath River. Years of negotiations have produced three hard-won, bipartisan agreements between farmers and ranchers, tribes, a major utility company, the federal government and the States of California and Oregon to better share and manage [ READ MORE... ]
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By Lisa Bolton The salmon conservation game requires a varied toolbox. Of course, you have to ensure sufficient streamflows and restore degraded habitat—but you also have to generate public interest and investment in salmon and steelhead, and in local projects that help these hard-pressed fish. In [ READ MORE... ]
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A new film from a former Oregon state senator aims to spur action from the President and Congress to resolve decades-old water conflicts in the third most productive river for salmon and steelhead on the West Coast. By Sam Davidson   Jason Atkinson is betting on the transformational power of a [ READ MORE... ]
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By Tim Frahm When steelhead and tractors occupy the same piece of stream, tractors typically win… and steelhead don’t. Sometimes, however, we need to stand up and cheer when we find big excavators, dirt trucks and earth-movers driving up and down in a riverbed.  Such a time is now for the Carmel [ READ MORE... ]
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