What do rain barrels and great beer have in common? Clean water for Michigan’s Rogue River.
An angler's reponsibility when it comes to shale gas drilling
Chad Shmukler's feature in Hatch magazine deftly articulates what it's like to see and experience Marcellus Shale development for the first time.
Orvis profiles TU’s Nash Stream Project in New Hampshire
Orvis and TU have teamed up to reconnect 1,000 miles of fishable streams throughout the country by remediating poorly functioning culverts.
Old Christmas trees gain new life in an Utah stream
TU part of review team of PA shale gas regulations
How good do oil and gas regulations have to be? According to the panel that recently reviewed Pennsylvania’s oil and gas program, they just have to be good enough to meet guidelines established by a nonprofit organization called the State Review of Oil and Natural Gas Environmental Regulations,
For the last three days, 15 women from TU chapters around the country gathered in Madison to learn how they can work together to better engage women in TU.
Dixie Goodwin has been a longtime TU volunteer. For years, she has helped out with her Thames Valley Connecticut chapter on restoration projects, stream cleanups and has spent a great deal of time working with her local Trout in the Classroom program. TU is and has been a big part of her life.
The Musconetcong River is one of New Jersey's hidden gems--a wild trout fishery tucked in between heavily-traveled suburban roads, it's a 42-mile long river that eventually empties into the Delaware River.
Summer camp in PA coal country--learning about the legacy of mining
This summer, TU hosted the Eastern Abandoned Mine Program’s inaugural River Researchers Teen Camp. Six teens from Pennsylvania and Maryland spent the better part of a week along the West Branch of the Susquehanna River to explore coal country and learn about eastern brook trout.
Colorado students tour Kerber Creek and got t-shirts to prove it
“I didn’t know that Trout Unlimited did that!” was the phrase I heard mentioned by a couple of students and professors during a recent tour I conducted of the Kerber Creek restoration project.