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The recent TU Veterans Service Partnership fundraising dinner and auction held at the Reagan Building in Washington, DC on February 25th was a spectacular success!
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Congratulations and thank you to Spring Creek TU Chapter of State College, PA for running this wonderful program for Vets!  This a great example what TU's Veterans Service Partnership is aiming for with our members and Chapters.  Well done Spring Creek TU!  If you and your TU Chapter would like t
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Blog Post BY mtdave ON February 3, 2015 - 0 COMMENTS
Unintentional Bucket Biology
This is a good article about what I would describe as "unintentional bucket biology."  What is described here is not invasive bucket biology where someone knowingly introduces an invasive or non-native fish species to suit their interest in having this particular fish available to fish for in the
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During a recent TU staff call, Chris Wood discussed the results of a TU staff survey. One of the survey areas had to do with various benefits of working for Trout Unlimited. 
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Minnesota DNR to proceed with Zebra Mussel project on Christmas Lake.
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The illegal introduction of non-native fish is a serious threat to our wild and native trout.  Following is a link to a very good PBS show on the illegal dumping and introduction of non-native fish in Montana, and what Montana TU is doing about it.   
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Blog Post BY mtdave ON December 1, 2014 - 0 COMMENTS
South Dakota Zebra Mussel Update
Recent news on discovery of Zebra Mussels in Lewis and Clark Lake
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Minnesota's Excelsior Brewing Company's  Milfoil and Zebra Mussel IPA , "invasive pale ale" has sold out!  Great story on bringing awareness to the aquatic invasive species issue.  Kudos to Excelsior!
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Blog Post BY mtdave ON November 23, 2014 - 0 COMMENTS
MN Brewer Adds Zebra Mussels to New Brew!
Maybe we can drink our way to solving the Zebra mussel problem!  A new IPA, "invasive pale ale" uses Zebra mussel shells in a new brew.  Get some for your Thanksgiving celebration!  
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Blog Post BY mtdave ON November 6, 2014 - 0 COMMENTS
AIS Prevention Success!
Following the recommendation to inspect, clean, and dry, we have found that prevention of spread of AIS can be successful.  Following is a link to a story about an AIS prevention success!