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Trout Unlimited Veterans Service Partnership would like to take this opportunity to welcome the Green Bay TU Chapter to the TU VSP program!
Two California state operated hatcheries have been quarantined due to the discovery of the whirling disease parasite.
Blog Post BY mtdave ON June 18, 2015 - 0 COMMENTS
Rainbow Trout Recovery in Colorado
Through the work of the Colorado Division of Wildlife, rainbow trout populations in Colorado are improving.
Blog Post BY mtdave ON May 22, 2015 - 0 COMMENTS
2015 Utah Single Fly Postponed
Due to a perfect storm of issues, we wish to inform all of our Utah Single Fly friends and supporters that the 2015 Utah Single Fly has been postponed.  Note that we say "postponed."  It is our hope that the the UTSF will be re-scheduled and held in 2016 on Utah's beautiful Green River!   Thanks
TU's Veterans Service Partnership is hosting a spectacular fly fishing trip to Slough Creek in Yellowstone National Park from June 20th through the 27th for veteran couples.  We are seeking nominations for deserving veteran couples.  If you would like to submit a veteran couple for consideration,
Didymo is showing up in many new locations and threatening the ecology of our cold water fisheries.  Why?  This is an excellent article on the current state of didymo research. 
Following is a wonderful story about the great Veterans Service Partnership (VSP) and Project Healing Waters program being offered to Tulsa area veterans.  One of the participants, Bill Dunham, featured in the story was, with his wife Brenda, a participant in a nationally sponsored TU VSP Couples
All Bozeman area TU'ers are looking forward to TU CEO Chris Wood coming to Bozeman to speak to the Montana State University Trout Collection event on April 23rd and to the Madison-Gallatin TU Chapter on April 22nd!  There's a rumor that an important "meeting" will take place on the morning of the
Congratulations to Nebraska TU Chapter 710 on the amazing job getting the TU Veterans Service Partnership/Project Healing Waters off the ground! Thank you to John Wright and Dave Jacobs for your outstanding work in the getting the program going, and in engaging the VA. TU VSP was delighted to hav