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June 9, 2022
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE  Contacts:   Greg McReynolds, Intermountain West ACP Director, Trout Unlimited, greg.mcreynolds@tu.org Chris Wood, CEO and president, Trout Unlimited, chris.wood@tu.org  Zoe Bommarito, Mountain West Communications Director, Trout Unlimited, zoe.bommarito@tu.org, 406-437-3832 Taking a bold step toward recovering the most important run of salmon and steelhead in the Lower 48, U.S. Sen. Patty Murray (D-WA) and Washington…
May 25, 2022
Photo by Fly Out Media Protective measures will safeguard important salmon spawning rivers in Bristol Bay’s headwaters from large-scale mine waste disposal.   FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE  Contacts:   Nelli Williams, Alaska director, Trout Unlimited, (907) 230-7121, nelli.williams@tu.org  Chris Wood, CEO and president, Trout Unlimited, chris.wood@tu.org  Brian Kraft, president, Katmai Service Providers, owner, Alaska Sportsman’s Lodge, (907) 227-8719 …
May 20, 2022
SPOKANE, WASHINGTON – Today marks a monumental announcement in the recovery of Snake River Basin salmon and steelhead, led by the Nez Perce Tribe.  On May 20, the Nez Perce Tribe announced their commitment to replace the electricity produced by the four lower Snake River dams. The replacement will be known as Project 5311, named…
May 9, 2022
Partners applaud decision allowing $30M river reconnection project to proceed FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE May 9, 2022 Contacts: Mely Whiting, Colorado Water Project Legal Counsel, 720-470-4758 Jeff Stahla, Public Information Officer, Northern Water, 970-622-2331 Ed Moyer, County Manager, Grand County, 970-531-7799 John Andrews, P.E., State Conservation Engineer, NRCS, 720-544-2834 DENVER, Colo.—The Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS)…
April 26, 2022
Heinrich and Grijalva legislation sets a course for balancing mineral production on public lands with conservation of rivers and lands Contacts:  Chris Wood, President and CEO, Trout Unlimited, cwood@tu.org Steve Moyer, Vice President of Government Affairs, Trout Unlimited, steve.moyer@tu.org  Corey Fisher, Public Lands Policy Director, Trout Unlimited, corey.fisher@tu.org ARLINGTON, Va.—Mining legislation introduced today by U.S.…
April 20, 2022
Angling and hunting organizations urge Congress for increased appropriations to help manage conservation goals and recreation on U.S. National Wildlife Refuges. Contact:Grace Olscamp, National Campaign Director, Trout Unlimited, grace.olscamp@tu.org, 458-666-5944 Washington, D.C. – Today, twenty-eight angling, hunting, and scientific organizations submitted a letter to Congress to increase appropriations to the National Wildlife Refuge System (the…
March 31, 2022
Administration decision invoking Defense Production Act to promote critical mineral development highlights need for policies that protect and restore our natural resources March 31, 2022 Contacts:   Chris Wood, President and CEO, Trout Unlimited, cwood@tu.org  Steve Moyer, Vice President of Government Affairs, Trout Unlimited, steve.moyer@tu.org   Corey Fisher, Public Lands Policy Director, Trout Unlimited, corey.fisher@tu.org ARLINGTON, Va.—Today’s…
February 25, 2022
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:   January 25, 2022 Media Contacts Brian Johnson, Trout Unlimited — bjohnson@tu.org; (415) 385-0796 Curtis Knight, California Trout — cknight@caltrout.org; (530) 926-3755 Mark Rockwell, Fly Fishers International — mrockwell1945@gmail.com; (530) 559-5759 Klamath River: Federal Environmental Review Confirms Prior Analyses that Dam Removal Benefits Far Outweigh Risks Washington, DC—Today the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission…
February 22, 2022
Contacts: Chris Wood, TU President and CEO, chris.wood@tu.org Steve Moyer, TU Vice President for Government Affairs, steve.moyer@tu.org Corey Fisher, TU Public Lands Policy Director, corey.fisher@tu.org ARLINGTON, Va.—The White House took important steps toward mining reform today, announcing several policy initiatives and federal and industry investments that would help secure critical mineral supply chains while protecting…
February 3, 2022
Bill would enable ‘Good Samaritan’ cleanups and tackle water quality problems across the West  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE  February 3, 2022   Contacts:   Corey Fisher, Public Lands Policy Director for TU’s Angler Conservation Program – corey.fisher@tu.org  Steve Moyer, Vice President of Government Affairs for TU – steve.moyer@tu.org   Chris Wood, President and CEO for TU – cwood@tu.org  Trout…
December 16, 2021
TU applauds Energy and Natural Resources Committee for leadership addressing this pressing issue FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE  Contact: Corey Fisher, Public Lands Policy Director, Trout Unlimited, corey.fisher@tu.org; (406) 546-2979    ARLINGTON, VA. – Several oil and gas reforms that are priorities for Trout Unlimited are included in draft legislation that the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee has crafted…
November 29, 2021
TU asks on bonding, speculative leasing are among administration recommendations Contact: Corey Fisher, Public Lands Policy Director, Trout Unlimited, corey.fisher@tu.org, 406-546-2979 ARLINGTON, Va.—Momentum is building in Washington to modernize oil and gas leasing policies on public lands following the release of a new report from the Department of the Interior, which recommends increasing minimum bond…
November 19, 2021
Spending bill would make significant investments in salmon restoration, climate resiliency, and public lands; WOTUS proposal restores stream protections Contact: Steve Moyer, Vice President for Government Affairs, Trout Unlimited, steve.moyer@tu.org; (571) 274-0593  ARLINGTON, Va.—Legislation that cleared the House of Representatives today would invest billions of dollars in salmon restoration, climate resiliency projects, and public lands…
November 12, 2021
Contacts: C.J. Adams, Grand Teton National Park, 307.739.3431, christopher_adams@nps.gov; Leslie Steen, NW Wyoming Program Director, Trout Unlimited, 307.699.1022, lsteen@tu.org; Mary Cernicek, Bridger-Teton National Forest, 307.739.5564, mary.cernicek@usda.gov; Mark Gocke, Wyoming Game and Fish Department, 307.249.5811, mark.gocke@wyo.gov For Immediate ReleaseNovember 12, 2021 Collaborative project over 10 years in the making will remove final impediment to native fish migration in Spread Creek …
October 22, 2021
Trout Unlimited welcomes moves by decision-makers to save Snake River salmon FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contacts: Chris Wood, President and CEO, Trout Unlimited, chris.wood@tu.org Steve Moyer, Vice President for Government Affairs, Trout Unlimited, steve.moyer@tu.org Greg McReynolds, Snake River campaign director, Trout Unlimited, greg.mcreynolds@tu.org ARLINGTON, Va.—Northwest decision-makers and the Biden Administration are making urgent moves to save…
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