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Maggie Creek Ranch manager John Griggs receiving the Environmental Stewardship Award during the Cattle Industry Convention. Photo courtesy of the Cattle Industry Convention. By Brett Prettyman A long time Trout Unlimited partner in conservation was recently honored during the Cattle Industry [ READ MORE... ]
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Big, fat Bonneville cutthroat trout today migrate from the mainstem Bear River high into the Wyoming Range to spawn every spring, largely thanks to cooperative work between Trout Unlimited and downstream ranchers who worked to remove migration barriers, leave more water in the stream and made [ READ MORE... ]
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We left home in the inky black of a December morning, and headed north as snow skittered across the deserted highway. The truck said the outside temperature was -8 degrees F. We could only guess at the windchill. Cold. Biting, gnawing cold. I’ve come to love these late season whitetail hunts, but [ READ MORE... ]
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Native Yellowstone cutthroat trout like this one are threatened by the presence of introduced lake trout in Yellowstone Lake. Dave Sweet photo By Dave Sweet and Brett Prettyman Dick Crysdale is putting money where his memories are: great fishing for native cutthroat trout on Yellowstone Lake. [ READ MORE... ]
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blog BY trgavin ON January 20 - 0 COMMENTS
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Our Next Regular Meeting is  Thursday, January 21st, 7:00 PM at Jack-son’s Sports Bar, at Tieton and 48th in Yakima. We will meet in their banquet room. Our speaker for January will be Chris Lynch, Hydrologist, with the Bureau of Reclamation. Chris will share with us details and insights concerning [ READ MORE... ]
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Helping landowners find money to make improvements on watering facilities benefits not only the local environment, but also everything downstream. Photo by Cory Toye. By Cory Toye Lyrics of the Credence Clearwater Revival song “Green River” serve as a sort of fight song for Trout Unlimited staffers [ READ MORE... ]
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By Randy Scholfield While Ammon Bundy and his cohorts continue to whip up controversy and media attention with their armed takeover of a wildlife refuge in Oregon, it’s important to note that most ranchers and farmers in the West don’t buy into Bundy’s radical views and actions on seizure of public [ READ MORE... ]
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Seventeen elementary schools in Utah, like this one at Promontory Charter School in Perry, participate in Trout Unlimited's Trout in the Classroom prorgam. Photo by Paul Holden By Paul Burnett There is nothing like watching fish hatch and grow before releasing them in the wild to foster a [ READ MORE... ]
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The Clean Water Rule, despite court challenges and implementation problems, remained intact and was not put in peril in the federal omibus spending bill approved by Congress last week.  By Steve Moyer Last week, congressional leaders agreed to a bipartisan omnibus appropriations bill for fiscal [ READ MORE... ]
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The People's Canal irrigation diversion in southwestern Wyoming was recently rebuilt to help protect native fish in the Henry's Fork from invasive species. Photo by Hillary Walrath By Hillary Walrath In the world of trout conservation, the term “fish barrier” is sometimes seen as an enemy to native [ READ MORE... ]
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