Let’s face it: this school year is going to be a huge challenge as teachers, parents, and students prepare for a brave, new semester of strange, new virtual participation. A number of states have announced plans to re-open in-person classes while others are looking at hybrid or all-virtual instruction. As this is getting sorted out state-by-state and district-by-district, there is still a lot of uncertainty. That uncertainty spills over … Read more
Unicoi Outfitters is a great TU supporter. They are committed to conservation on their home water and nationwide.
Trout Unlimited Alaska and August Island Pictures cordially invite you to the North America Livestream Premiere screening event of the award-winning documentary, The Wild, on August 6th, 2020 at 8 p.m. EST/5 p.m. PST.
By Jamie Vaughan While the COVID-19 pandemic has halted many programs this summer, Trout Unlimited staff in Michigan are pleased to continue the Green Team program for its sixth year, employing high school students from across the Rogue River watershed to learn about and take part in watershed restoration projects. The Trout Unlimited Green Team was established in 2015 and grew out of … Read more
Hatch Outdoors is offering three great prize packs in the #OneFlyFitsAll contest.
My name is Morgan Anderson and this summer I am interning with Trout Unlimited in Michigan. I am an incoming junior at the University of Michigan, studying Environmental Law and Policy. I began working for Trout Unlimited on the Rogue River Green Team after my senior year at Sparta High School, which really opened my eyes … Read more
For Douglas Outdoors founder David Barclay, growing up on the Salmon River instilled a deep love and passion for the area and provided a reason to follow his dream of creating a local upstate New York business that would offer high quality fishing equipment and could provide jobs for the local communities.
Latino Conservation Week is designed to encourage the Latino community to engage in the protection of our natural resources
A drive deep into the West can heal the soul and freshen commitment to causes
The road that led me to quit my job and fly fish in North Carolina that summer was as twisty as the Blue Ridge Parkway itself. But after seven cancer surgeries and radiation, multiplied with the strain of a big job in a big city, the cracks began to show