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.
Jeff Streeter on a stretch of the Encampment River before restoration By Randy Scholfield
A Wyoming Game and Fish employee holds a healthy trout from Salt River By Jim Gregory
A Colorado River Cutthroat Trout: restoring a native trout stronghold By Randy Scholfield
Dr. Trout at one of the Desert Fishes Council meetings in Mexico (photo courtesy Phil Pister). By Jack Williams
So much in western Colorado depends on a healthy Colorado River--agriculture, recreation, an outdoors way of life. All of that is threatened if we don't work together to take care of the river. That's the message TU is taking on the road with the new Our Colorado River initiative.
A typical brookie in the lower lake where we worked in Weminuche Wilderness. By Kevin Terry
Adopt-A-Trout: Wyoming schoolkids take walk on wild sidePosted in Adopt-a-Trout (AaT)