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First graders prepare to release salmon fingerlings into the Rogue River. The students from Assumption School in Belmont, Mich., participate in the Michigan Department of Natural Resources Salmon in the Classroom program. By Jamie Vaughan The 8th grade students at Assumption School in Belmont, Mich [ READ MORE... ]
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It’s May – and the weather is unsettled across most of the country. That can only mean one thing – good fishing is just around the corner! Sure, we’re also busy planting willows on riverbanks. We’re teaching youth in classrooms about trout biology. We’re working with our neighbors to take out [ READ MORE... ]
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Students from New York prepare to release trout they raised from eggs. Trout Unlimited photo By Tara Granke WARD POUND RIDGE RESERVOIR, New York — Do you remember the first time you heard or saw a river? Some of us grew up hearing those sounds, so it might be difficult to remember the first time. [ READ MORE... ]
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Photo by Oliver Rogers   By Andrew Loffredo When I graduated college in May 2015 and shared with my peers that I was going to be working for a non-profit conservation organization to work with college fly fishing clubs nationwide, I got a variety of responses ranging from, “Whoa, that's sick,” to [ READ MORE... ]
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Girl Scouts take part in a STREAM Girls weekend. Trout Unlimited photo. By Franklin Tate GAP CREEK, South Carolina — What is it with kids and creeks anyway? How does all of that moving, riffling, sometimes very cold water work its spell on the young brain, rendering whole groups of boys and girls [ READ MORE... ]
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By Jamie Vaughan Creative Technologies Academy (CTA) students are working with Trout Unlimited this week to analyze their local water resources. The high school, located within the Rogue River watershed in Cedar Springs, Mich., boasts a coldwater trout stream in its backyard. Science teacher James [ READ MORE... ]
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Trout Unlimited recently took its message of river restoration and watershed protection to 20 elementary school kids in Hailey, Idaho.     The children in Hailey Elementary’s Gifted and Talented Education classes had already studied river systems and were an eager audience for TU restoration and [ READ MORE... ]
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Last week, Hollywood actor and musician Chord Overstreet launched a campaign to raise money for Trout Unlimited through the represent.com interface that featured the "Glee" star's orginal artwork with the message, "Save the Trout." Overstreet, who's "Glee" character Sam Evans was nicknamed, "Trouty [ READ MORE... ]
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By Tara Granke For the first time ever, the Headwaters Youth Program is crowdfunding for chapter-wide support to help fund the 2016 TU Teen Summit--applications open now! Crowdfunding is a powerful fundraising tool because individuals are able to donate what they can and contribute to a good cause [ READ MORE... ]
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By Chris Hunt   I was running some errands with my 17-year-old daughter Delaney in January when Hollywood talent agent Anthony Hillsberg called with a proposition.    Yes, I know. We don't all hear from Hollywood talent agents every day. I get that. But this wasn't an unexpected call. Anthony and I [ READ MORE... ]
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