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By Jamie Vaughan Trout Unlimited's Rogue River Home Rivers Initiative in Michigan recently hosted a volunteer insect monitoring day in partnership with the Michigan TU Council and Cannon Township. More than 80 volunteers, including local residents, school children and TU members, gathered on a [ READ MORE... ]
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TU staff and volunteers plant trees on a tributary to the West Fork of the Greenbrier River, on the Monongahela National Forest. (Travis Ferry photo.) By Travis Ferry So far the spring of 2016 has been another busy season for TU in West Virginia. On private land, Trout Unlimited’s Potomac [ READ MORE... ]
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Third-grade teacher Lisa Marks stands in front of her classroom's winning artwork. by Joe Mark  ​Earlier this week, Ludlow Elementary School's Lisa Marks and her third grade students got some very good news. Lisa had entered a book her classroom created into Scholastic Magazine's national "Kids Are [ READ MORE... ]
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Participants in the Discover Nature Day at Seneca Rocks Discoery Center got a chance to pull garlic mustard,  an invasive plant that outcompetes native wildflowers and is harmful to several native butterfly species. (Photo: Mike Anderson, TU volunteer.)   By Travis Ferry   On April 30,  2016 [ READ MORE... ]
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By Kyle Smith Since 1975, TU's Embrace-a-Stream program has awarded more than $4.5 million in competitive grants to chapters across the country. The local chapters and councils raise additional funds – leveraging donations to the Embrace-a-Stream grant program by as much as 20-to-1 – and have [ READ MORE... ]
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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 kids streamside about trout biology. We’re working with our neighbors to take out deadbeat [ 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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