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Cottonwood Creek flume.  So how is Trout Unlimited doing with its collaborative, pragmatic approach to conservation? Look no further than the latest round of the Bureau of Reclamation’s WaterSmart grants, which recognize innovative, cooperative efforts to improve watershed health. Trout Unlimited’s [ READ MORE... ]
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Methow Valley Irrigation District construction, TU photo by Lisa Pelly By Laura Ziemer The White House’s Infrastructure Week has come and gone, but there’s still an urgent need to address the nation’s backlog of aging infrastructure. With federal funds and programs under increasing pressure, we [ READ MORE... ]
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The Clean Water Act is arguably the nation’s most important environmental law. For decades, it has been wildly successful in protecting and cleaning up rivers and streams that were a public health and environmental nightmare. With the stroke of a presidential pen this week, some of those gains are [ READ MORE... ]
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By Randy Scholfield Our public lands in the West face a host of pressures these days: oil and gas development, more intense wildfires, invasive plants and drought, among others. Unless it’s done responsibly, renewable energy development could add significantly to those pressures on our public lands [ READ MORE... ]
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  By Kate Miller As another wildfire season begins to heat up, the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee will meet Thursday to review comments and take testimony related to a draft legislative proposal aimed at improving resilience in our national forests and easing agency budgets stretched [ READ MORE... ]
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By Randy Scholfield “We are facing a water urgency in the West,” said Sen. Ron Wyden of Oregon, at the outset of hearings today on drought legislation in the Senate’s Energy and Natural Resources Subcommittee on Water and Power.  And at the outset, Sen. Wyden commended Trout Unlimited and “ [ READ MORE... ]
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by Michael Gibson Well, after a move from Missoula to Boise and a quick stint with Idaho Wildlife Federation protecting the Boulder-White Clouds Mountains, I am back where I belong, helping to conserve, protect and restore trout and their watersheds. In January, I started as the Idaho field [ READ MORE... ]
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Bull trout in the Upper Sprague, Klamath Basin By Randy Scholfield One thing TU has learned in recent decades in its stream restoration work: To have a lasting impact, you need to think big, on a landscape scale. Everything’s connected. We’ve also learned that our impact is greater when all the [ READ MORE... ]
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Hunting quail in the Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks National Monument: This land is your land. By Corey Fisher Here in the vast expanse of Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks National Monument in southern New Mexico, you get a sense of what public lands mean to sportsmen. For the past few days, I’ve been [ READ MORE... ]
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Location: Southcentral Idaho Type of stream: Spring Creek Angling methods: Fly, spinning Species: Rainbows, occasional browns, odd brookies Access: Easy Season: late May -- November Supporting Services: Tackle shops, accommodations in Sun Valley Short take: Among Idaho’s 17 Silver Creeks, this one [ READ MORE... ]
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