Brennan Sang

  • Conservation

    Connecting people to policy

    TU's government and policy staff. By Chris Wood Several of the bright lights in the Trout Unlimited policy world came into the intergalactic headquarters last week. Their recent accomplishments are pretty amazing. Dave Kinney of New Jersey helped organize efforts to pass and then fund legislation for restoration in the Delaware Basin; Taylor Ridderbusch of…

  • Conservation

    Mimicking beavers improves trout habitat

    By Crystal Elliot What do watershed resilience, high-quality fish habitat and sustainable water supplies look like in the Intermountain West? Probably much like it did before western expansion and trapping decimated North American beaver populations in the 19th century. Once numbering in the hundreds of millions, beavers played a principal role in how water moved and…

  • Voices from the river

    Voices from the River: Don't wake me up

    By Toner Mitchell Though it’s only been two years, it feels like forever since New Mexico had a winter. Throughout the last one (2017/2018), during which we sported short sleeves in February and fished dry flies in March, the peaks called to mind Hereford cows, mostly brown with white blotches here and there. After 16 years of restoring the wetlands of Comanche Creek, we wrung our hands – and at…