Sediment Pollution

  1. Relief Ditch: A Collaborative Effort
    http://www.tu.org/tu-projects/relief-ditch-a-collaborative-effort

    Goals

    This project will remove a fish barrier, restore impaired habitat, improve diversion controls, and make boating safer on the Gunnison River within the Gunnison Gorge National Conservation Area.

  2. Shenandoah Valley Headwaters Conservation
    http://www.tu.org/tu-projects/shenandoah-valley-headwaters-conservation

    Goals

  3. Klootchy Creek Logging Road Decommission and Passage Project
    http://www.tu.org/tu-projects/klootchy-creek-logging-road-decommission-and-passage-project

    Goals

    Project goals are to:

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  4. Mabel Creek Coastal Cutthroat Project
    http://www.tu.org/tu-projects/mabel-creek-coastal-cutthroat-project

    Goals

    Project goals are:

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  5. Tongass National Forest
    http://www.tu.org/tu-projects/tongass-national-forest

    Goals

    There’s nothing quite like casting a fly to schools of salmon and opportunistic Dolly Varden beneath the canopy of the southeast Alaskan rainforest. It’s primal, and a little eerie, but it’s also one of the most unique adventures an angler can undertake.

    There’s nothing quite like casting a fly to schools of salmon and opportunistic Dolly Varden beneath the canopy of the southeast Alaskan rainforest. It’s primal, and a little eerie, but it’s also one of the most unique adventures an angler can undertake.

  6. Bear River
    http://www.tu.org/tu-projects/bear-river

    Goals

    The Bear River in Idaho, Wyoming, and Utah is the longest river in the western hemisphere that doesn’t reach the ocean—traveling a tortuous path over 500 miles from its headwaters in the Uinta Mountains before eventually emptying into the Great Salt Lake.

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