By Tim Bristol Over the past 7 years, Trout Unlimited has worked with local communities, Alaska Native tribes, the commercial fishing industry, jewelers, chefs, restaurant owners, and sportsmen and women across the country to stop the Pebble Mine.
I've given this a lot of thought lately, and I honestly can't think of a quality trout or salmon fishery anywhere in this country that hasn't benefitted, in one fashion or another, from the work the folks at Trout Unlimited do.
As 2013 winds to a close, think about all the good TU, its staff and its volunteers have done over the last 12 months to make your fishing better.
Beaver Ponds... Does a River Really Flow Through It?
By John Zablocki
The only place to get your hands on TU's flagship publication, TROUT Magazine, is by becoming a TU member.
My buddy Matt Miller, who blogs for The Nature Conservancy, posted something really profound recently that
No matter your line of work, getting the buy-in of the "younger crowd
Video Puts Words into Motion for Headwaters Program
By Franklin Tate