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Attention Artists:    The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources is happy to announce that the annual Inland Trout Stamp Design Contest has been reinstated and is now open and accepting entries for a youth contest!    The winning art will appear on the 2018 Inland Trout Stamp.  The top 10 pieces [ READ MORE... ]
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Volunteer fly tiers are needed for the Outdoor Heritage Education Expo to be held May 17 and 18 at the MacKenzie Center in Poynette, Wisconsin. We are expecting between 2,500 and 3,000 children to attend this year and we need volunteers to teach the kids how to tie a fly. So far we have 10 [ READ MORE... ]
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Recently, Senate Bill 76 (SB 76) and Assembly Bill 105 (AB 105) were introduced.  These bills provides that no additional permit review is required for the owner of a high capacity well to repair or maintain a high capacity well, to construct a new replacement high capacity well within a 75 foot [ READ MORE... ]
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In the past year, Wisconsin’s 21 local TU chapters and the State Council reported a staggering 48,820 volunteer hours, participated in 82 stream restoration projects, 97 youth education projects, and raised and spent over $675,000 on conservation, education and other local projects.   And on 1 [ READ MORE... ]
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The State Council is currently seeking sponsors (businesses or individuals) to support our 2017 Banquet to be held in Oshkosh on Sat. Feb. 4.   We have 3 levels of sponsorship to choose from:   Headwaters Level - $250 (includes up to 2 banquet tickets)   Tributary Level - $500 (includes up to 4 [ READ MORE... ]
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The New Zealand Mudsnail ,an aquatic invasive species (AIS), appear to be spreading in Wisconsin waterways.  This fall, samples were found on Badger Mill Creek, a tributary to the Sugar River near Verona, WI (just outside of Madison).  A lab has also positively identified NZ Mudsnails taken in a [ READ MORE... ]
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We are pleased to announce that the 2017 Wisconsin TU Banquet will be held on Saturday, February 4, 2017.   Get your Banquet Tickets here: http://witu.bpt.me/   As most know, our annual banquet is the State Council’s largest fundraiser, and is incredibly important to our group. The funds we [ READ MORE... ]
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We are excited to announce the hiring of a new Great Lakes Organizer based in East Lansing, MI.  Taylor Ridderbusch comes to TU from the Rochester Area Builders, Inc., where he served as Public Affairs Director, and he has prior experience with Ducks Unlimited in Washington, D.C.   Taylor grew up [ READ MORE... ]
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http://tinyurl.com/TroutU   Trout Unlimited (TU) is engaged in an economic impact study to determine the impact of trout fishing in the Driftless Area, a stunning region in the upper Midwestern portion of the U.S. covering approximately 24,000 square miles. We are surveying a representative sample [ READ MORE... ]
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The city of Viroqua has applied for permits to place an outfall structure on the bed of Springville Branch of the Bad Axe River (a class I trout stream) in Vernon County. What this amounts to is, if the final permits are issued, the city will be able to discharge 350,000-385,000 gallons of waste [ READ MORE... ]
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