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Can bass actually help with salmon conservation? On California's San Joaquin River, off-channel bass ponds provide excellent angling opportunities and help connect local communities to the river, which is being restored so that a long-lost run of Chinook salmon can return.   By Sam Davidson What is [ READ MORE... ]
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By Matt Clifford and Tim Frahm   Central Coast coho and steelhead recovery—just add water You don’t need to be a stream ecologist to figure out that streams with little or no water make it pretty much impossible to survive if you’re a juvenile steelhead. While the current drought (now in its fifth [ READ MORE... ]
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By Dave Lass and Jessica Strickland TU wins national award for Little Truckee River Project In the fall of 2015, TU completed a major habitat improvement on the famed Little Truckee River. Dave Lass, TU’s California Field Director, managed this project in partnership with the Tahoe National Forest [ READ MORE... ]
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By Brian Johnson TU is widely recognized as America’s leader in cold water fish conservation. Key to our success is a comprehensive approach to trout and salmon conservation. TU makes fishing better by protecting, reconnecting, restoring and sustaining fish habitat throughout entire watersheds, and [ READ MORE... ]
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By Sam Davidson   One of the most gratifying things about stream restoration work for trout and salmon is you can readily see the results. Which is to say, this work—and the fishing opportunities that follow—is its own reward. Still, it’s good when your efforts get acknowledged by a broader [ READ MORE... ]
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By Sam Davidson In TU’s cold water conservation work, partnerships are often the key to success. In particular, our partnerships with ranchers, farmers, and landowners across the country have delivered big benefits for trout streams (some of which are well documented in a series of videos on our [ READ MORE... ]
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Important notice regarding NZMS in Lower Feather River   http://www.lakeconews.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=45162:regional-invasive-mudsnails-detected-in-lower-feather-river-anglers-and-boaters-urged-to-help-prevent-spread&catid=1:latest&Itemid=197
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  Late last year Congress delivered a severe blow to the people who live in and fish the Klamath River, when it failed to ratify three locally-developed settlements for sharing water in the third most productive watershed for salmon and steelhead on the West Coast. There has been much discussion, [ READ MORE... ]
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By Fred Mack On February 2nd, 2016, the Marin County Board of Supervisors honored  the North Bay Chapter of Trout Unlimited with a Resolution of Commendation for the chapter's forty-three years of continuous service to the people and the environment of Marin County, California.   North Bay Trout [ READ MORE... ]
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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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