Posted in Conservation, Greater Yellowstone Area, Outdoor Communicators
It’s easy to overlook small tributary creeks, but they play a big role in ensuring river health—and fishing opportunities. In this video, Lyndy Caine, owner of fly-fishing paradise Firehole Ranch in Montana, speaks about her collaboration with TU to preserve healthy flows and habitat in Watkins C
Lee Mabey serves the Caribou-Targhee National Forest as the Henrys Fork Zone Fisheries Biologist. By Scott Yates
High school kids plant willows on Gooseberry Creek by Nick Walrath
Photo: Michael Ellis by Randy Scholfield
Sometimes a painting says so much more than words.
An upstream view of the impassible, but soon to be navigable, culvert on Poose Creek. By Brian Hodge
The Madison River Valley, in southwest Montana near the west entrance to Yellowstone National Park, is one of the West's last best places.
For years, salmon and steelhead habitat has been in decline in Idaho's Lemhi River Valley, but that's changing,, thanks to collaborative partnerships between TU and area ranchers.
Denver Water is taking more than 60 percent of the annual flows of the Fraser River--and the low flows are threatening prized fish and wildlife habitat on this tributary of the Upper Colorado.