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Utah Trout Unlimited staff member receives prestigious Bureau of Land Management award

Contact:Erin Mooney, Trout Unlimited, (571) 274-0601, emooney@tu.org FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Utah Trout Unlimited staff member receives prestigious Bureau of Land Management award Kirk Dahle receives distinguished award for restoration work on Otter Creek Salt Lake City, Utah The Utah Bureau of Land Management (BLM) awarded Kirk Dahle, a restoration coordinator with Trout Unlimited, with the…

Tribasin Fish Passage and Watershed Restoration Project begins in Upper Greys River Watershed in Wyoming

Friday, October 4, 2019 Contacts: Leslie Steen, Snake River Headwaters Project Manager, Trout Unlimited, 307-699-1022, lsteen@tu.org Kelly Owens, Forest Hydrologist, Bridger-Teton National Forest, 307-739-5598, kelly.owens@usda.gov Trout Unlimited (TU) and the Bridger-Teton National Forest (BTNF) announced today that Phase 2 of the Tribasin Fish Passage and Watersehd Restoration Project is scheduled to begin during the fall…

Tribasin Fish Passage and Watershed Restoration Project Begins in Upper Greys River Watershed

Wednesday, August 12, 2020 Contacts: Leslie Steen, NW Wyoming Program Director, Trout Unlimited, 307-699-1022, lsteen@tu.org Patrick Barry, Forest Fisheries Biologist, Bridger-Teton National Forest, 307-886-5330, Patrick.m.barry@usda.gov  Kelly Owens, Forest Hydrologist, Bridger-Teton National Forest, 307-739-5598, kelly.owens@usda.gov Tribasin Fish Passage and Watershed Restoration Project Begins in Upper Greys River Watershed. Trout Unlimited (TU) and the Bridger-Teton National Forest (BTNF) announced today…

TU hails new, better day for fisheries conservation on the farm

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE January 14, 2015 Contact: Scott Yates, (Upper Columbia, Gunnison River Basins), (307) 349-0753 Warren Colyer, (Bear, Blackfoot River Basins), (435) 881-2149 Randy Scholfield (TU communications), (720) 375-3961 Steve Moyer (National), (703) 284-9406 Trout Unlimited hails new, better day for fisheries conservation on the farm NRCS-funded projects deliver benefits for fish, farm and…

Trout Unlimited Hails Victory for Oneida Narrows Trout Fishery

Contact:Peter Anderson, (208) 345-9800 or (208) 850-4664 (cell)panderson@tu.org Warren Colyer, (435) 753-3132wcolyer@tu.org FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Trout Unlimited Hails Victory for Oneida Narrows Trout Fishery IDWR decision ‘underscores that collaboration and partnerships are the future of water management in the West’ Boise Trout Unlimited hailed a decision by the Idaho Department of Water Resources to deny…

Deerfield River Watershed

The Deerfield River Watershed Chapter is committed to the conservation of cold water resources in our catchment area. This includes the mainstem of the Deerfield River and her major tributaries: The Chickley River, Cold River, Clesson Brook, North River, Bear River, South River, Green River as well as her minor tributaries. Our conservation efforts are…

Trout Unlimited to Restore Cutthroat Habitat in Grade Creek

6/8/2006 Trout Unlimited to Restore Cutthroat Habitat in Grade Creek June 8, 2006 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Warren Colyer, 435-753-3132 or Scott Yates, 307-332-7700 Trout Unlimited to Restore Cutthroat Habitat in Grade Creek Federal Grants Jumpstart Planning and Construction Work WASHINGTON, D.C. Thanks to two major federal grants, Trout Unlimited (TU) will soon begin work…

Native Odyssey: Utah’s cutthroat slam

Published in Uncategorized, Travel

Bonneville cutthroat trout Editor’s note: TU’s Costa Five Rivers Native Odyssey team visited Utah recently on its trip across America. During our time in Utah, we sought four species of native cutthroat trout. Luckily for us, Utah has just the thing. The Utah Cutthroat Slam is a challenge that costs only $20 and is an…

Healing the Land

Published in Community, Restoration

For hundreds of years, the Wuda Ogwa, the site of the Bear River Massacre has undergone significant development, pollution and agricultural use. Now, the Tribe is restoring Wuda Ogwa to its organic and natural glory.

Five Rivers Odyssey: Ten minutes in bear country

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Libby and I eagerly headed down to fish the Russian river after a day spent repairing fences and learning about bear safety with the U.S. Forest Service. We walked for quite a while hoping to get away from the crowds chasing the sockeye salmon on their journey upstream. Eventually, we reached the end of our…

Five hundred miles of river memories in three states

Published in American Places, Featured

“The elders told us there is no point in building a visitors center if we don’t restore the land,” said Brad Parry, a tribal member leading up conservation work on the neglected landscape. “They told us they want this land back to the way it was when the massacre happened. For those who died to have a peace we need to restore the land to as natural as possible.”

Proposed dam threatens CA’s Bear River

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Fishing the Bear River. This reach would be inundated by the proposed Centennial Dam. By Chandra Ferrari With California just emerging from five years of punishing drought, there continues to be a lot of discussion about creating more water storage. While the fastest and most affordable way to capture and store more water is to…