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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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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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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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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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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 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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Todd Koel holds a native Yellowstone cutthroat trout. Koel was recently recognized for his efforts to protect and restore native fish in the world's first national park. National Park Service photo. By Brett Prettyman Without the support of partners Trout Unlimited would likely have to change its [ READ MORE... ]
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by Randy Scholfield  Trout Unlimited is taking on the challenge of drought and water shortages in the West where it counts -- on the ground, in the stream, on the farm. Because agriculture is a major user of water in the West, TU staff have been partnering for more than a decade with farmers and [ READ MORE... ]
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Mike Slater with the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources gets help from 9-year-old Owen Wilson as they release fingerling Bonneville cutthroat trout back in their native waters of Mill Creek just east of Salt Lake City. By Brett Prettyman MILL CREEK CANYON — Owen Wilson could have picked anything [ READ MORE... ]
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Volunteers search irrigation canals feeding off of the Shoshone River near Cody for trout that could be stranded and die. Once captured, the fish are moved back to the main branches of the Shoshone River. By Brett Prettyman Anglers commonly brag about experiencing days where they catch 20 or 30 [ READ MORE... ]
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