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In western Colorado, everything depends on water—ranches and farms, communities and businesses, fish and wildlife. For several years, TU’s Cary Denison has been working in the Gunnison River valley with local agriculture producers to improve water management in ways that benefit farm operations as [ READ MORE... ]
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Gunnison Energy agreed to support legislation that will protect the Thompson Divide area in Colorado. By Shane Cross The oil and gas industry is hurting right now. Some folks are trying to kick it when it is down. At Trout Unlimited, we understand that many folks in the oil and gas industry are [ READ MORE... ]
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The 5th Annual TU Teen Summit was held ner Missoula, Montana in 2016. By Franklin Tate Indulge me as I borrow a page right out of David Letterman’s Late Night playbook and come up with 5-plus-5 of the Headwaters Program’s shiniest stars.  Nearly every working stiff has been asked the question, “ [ READ MORE... ]
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The Colorado River cutthroat is one of the four subspecies of cutthroat anglers need to catch to achieve the Utah Cutthroat Slam. By Mark Hutchings The last cutthroat was the easiest – and the second smallest -- of the four qualifying fish.  “I’m done; that was fast,” I shouted to Bruiser, my [ READ MORE... ]
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By Randy Scholfield Our public lands in the West face a host of pressures these days: oil and gas development, more intense wildfires, invasive plants and drought, among others. Unless it’s done responsibly, renewable energy development could add significantly to those pressures on our public lands [ READ MORE... ]
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Horses are a quick, and easier, way to get into the backcountry surrounding Yellowstone National Park. Walt Gasson photo. By Walt Gasson TETON WILDERNESS — It’s been a great blessing in my life – indeed one of the greatest blessings in my life – to be able to come to know and love some of the [ READ MORE... ]
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The Ogden River in northern Utah is a good example of what can be done to help rivers stretch out and still allow people to enjoy the resource. Officials working on the Spanish Fork River project are using the Ogden as a template. Trout Unlimited photo By Jordan Nielson SPANISH FORK, Utah -- [ READ MORE... ]
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A dozen teenagers enjoyed good fishing, fun instructors and the creation of lifelong memories at the first Stonefly Society TU Youth Camp. By David E. Leta Paradise, Utah — Can you remember the last time you had so much fun fly fishing that stopping to eat or hydrate was a distraction?  How about [ READ MORE... ]
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  By Scott Yates Tens of millions of people in the West depend on the Colorado River. But as we head into another drought year, the Colorado is facing a host of pressures, from drought and warming temperatures to population growth—a perfect storm that threatens our local communities, fish and [ READ MORE... ]
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  By Kate Miller As another wildfire season begins to heat up, the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee will meet Thursday to review comments and take testimony related to a draft legislative proposal aimed at improving resilience in our national forests and easing agency budgets stretched [ READ MORE... ]
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