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Trout Unlimited Policy Statement on Lahontan Cutthroat Trout Restoration in the Truckee River Watershed

5/23/2000 Trout Unlimited Policy Statement on Lahontan Cutthroat Trout Restoration in the Truckee River WatershedTrout Unlimited Policy Statement on Lahontan Cutthroat Trout Restoration in the Truckee River Watershed Contact: 5/23/2000 — — Trout Unlimited’s mission is “to conserve, protect, and restore North America’s coldwater fisheries and their watersheds.” For more than 40 years TU has … Read more

Trout Unlimited, Together With Hundreds of Fishing and Hunting Groups, Applauds Call for Federal Protection of Bristol Bay Watershed

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEContact: Tim Bristol Alaska Program Director, Trout Unlimited, 907-321-3291 or tbristol@tu.orgPaula Dobbyn — Alaska Director of Communications, Trout Unlimited, 907-230-1513 or pdobbyn@tu.org Trout Unlimited, Together With Hundreds of Fishing and Hunting Groups, Applauds Call for Federal Protection of Bristol Bay Watershed (April 22, 2010, Anchorage, Alaska) Trout Unlimited and the Sportsmans Alliance for … Read more

Savage River watershed one of 10 'special places'

IMG_2225.JPG Contact: Katy Dunlap, Trout Unlimited Eastern Water Project Director, 607-742-3331 Mark Taylor, Trout Unlimited Eastern Communications Director, 540-353-3556 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Savage River watershed one of 10 special places WASHINGTON, D.C.Trout Unlimited is featuring the Savage River watershed in a new report highlighting outstanding public fishing and hunting areas in the Central Appalachian region … Read more

House of Rep. Continuing Resolution Spending Bill Would Discontinue Cooperative Watershed Conservation Efforts Nationwide

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Erin Mooney, TU National Press Secretary (571) 331-7970 House of Rep. Continuing Resolution Spending Bill Would Discontinue Cooperative Watershed Conservation Efforts Nationwide Bill attacks Clean Water Act, public land management, watershed restoration and conservation funding. Arlington, Va.– Trout Unlimited (TU) strongly opposes HR 1, a bill to fund the federal government … Read more

EPA Takes First Step Toward Protecting Bristol Bay, Announces Scientific Assessment of Watershed

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE EPA Takes First Step Toward Protecting Bristol Bay, Announces Scientific Assessment of Watershed Anchorage – Alaska Natives, the commercial fishing industry and sportsmen applauded the U.S. Environmental Protection Agencys announcement today to conduct a scientific assessment of the Bristol Bay watershed. Todays announcement from the EPA is a great first step toward … Read more

Sportsmen applaud Inspector General report of Environmental Protection Agency conduct during Bristol Bay Watershed Assessment

Photo by Robert Glenn Ketchum January 13, 2016 Contact: Nelli Williams, Alaska Program Director, Trout Unlimited (907) 230-7121 or nwilliams@tu.org FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Sportsmen applaud Inspector General report of Environmental Protection Agency conduct during Bristol Bay Watershed Assessment Report confirms fair and unbiased conduct by the U.S. EPA ANCHORAGE, AK Sportsmen and Bristol Bay business … Read more

Congress Approves Funds for Restoration of American Fork Canyon Watershed

11/4/2005 November 4, 2005 Contact: Ted Fitzgerald, American Fork Home Rivers Initiative Coordinator, 801-465-9949, tfitzgerald@tu.org or Kira Finkler, TU Government Affairs Director, 703-284-9408, kfinkler@tu.org Congress Approves Funds for Restoration of American Fork Canyon Watershed Washington The United States Congress has approved $100,000 for the restoration of the American Fork Canyon Watershed. These funds were approved … Read more

Trout Unlimited, Grand Teton National Park Partner to Restore Gros Ventre Watershed

Contact:Cory Toye, Trout Unlimited, (307) 332-7700 x14ctoye@tu.org FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Trout Unlimited, Grand Teton National Park Partner to Restore Gros Ventre Watershed Removal of obsolete dam will open more than 100 miles of stream habitat for trout in the Gros Ventre watershed Moose, Wyoming Grand Teton National Park joined with the sportsmen’s group Trout Unlimited … Read more

TU receives tree planting grant in Michigan’s Rogue River watershed

Trout Unlimited has received funding from the U.S. Forest Service, through the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative, to plant nearly 17,000 trees along coldwater streams in Michigan. The project, “Reducing Runoff in the Rogue River Watershed,” aims to address stormwater runoff that pollutes, erodes, and warms the important western Michigan trout fishery by planting trees at … Read more

Cutthroat trout research project engages local elementary students in their home watershed

10/20/2008 Cutthroat trout research project engages local elementary students in their home watershed October 20th, 2008 Contact: Nelli Williams, Trout Unlimited Wyoming Coordinator 307-332-7700 x12 or nwilliams@tu.org WY Game and Fish Department, Lander Office 307.332.2688 CUTTHROAT TROUT RESEARCH PROJECT ENGAGES LOCAL ELEMENTARY STUDENTS IN THEIR HOME WATERSHED Dubois, Wyoming — This fall, Trout Unlimited, Wyoming … Read more