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Brian Johnson speaks at the signing ceremony for the revised Klamath Hydroelectric Settlement Agreement earlier this year.   By Brian Johnson As we passed the summer solstice this year, Trout Unlimited of California took advantage of the long days to record progress on a number of conservation [ READ MORE... ]
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By Sam Sedillo   When reflecting on the steps that a younger generation takes in their paths to finding their passion or interests, you can usually link that path to a profound experience in their life. Sierra Trout Camp, Trout Unlimited of California’s annual youth fly fishing camp, is tailored to [ READ MORE... ]
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Herman Garcia (L) of CHEER and Matt Clifford, California Water Attorney for Trout Unlimited, at an off-stream storage project site along Little Arthur Creek.  By Sam Davidson In 2006, the Pajaro River on California’s central coast came out of obscurity to make national headlines—for the wrong [ READ MORE... ]
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The US Fish & Wildlife Service has made a determination on a petition to list the Eagle Lake rainbow trout under the federal Endangered Species Act. In a decision announced July 5, the agency found that “listing the ELRT as an endangered or a threatened species throughout all of or a [ READ MORE... ]
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An ambitious project on Mill Creek, a key tributary to the Russian River, aims to re-open access to 11 miles of prime habitat for Coho salmon and steelhead.   By Sam Davidson It seems counterintuitive to welcome the sight of large bulldozers hard at work in a salmon stream. But on occasion the [ READ MORE... ]
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Tim Frahm, Central Coast Steelhead Coordinator for Trout Unlimited, admires the newly restored Carmel River above the site of the old San Clemente Dam at the celebration event on June 6. By Sam Davidson   There have no doubt been many parties on the Carmel River, one of the best steelhead streams [ 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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By Sam Sedillo   It started with an idea. The trout, salmon, and steelhead fisheries around Redding are arguably the best that California has to offer. But there was no local Trout Unlimited chapter to conserve and sustain them. “My thought was, why didn’t we have a TU chapter already based in [ 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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TU’s strategic emphasis on building partnerships to better protect and restore native trout and salmon populations and their habitat delivers another major conservation win in California.   In his 1945 novel Cannery Row, John Steinbeck called the Carmel River, on California’s central coast, “a [ READ MORE... ]
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