From August 13th to 16th we will host 12 veteran or active-duty members of our armed forces on a trip with Denali Fly Fishing Guides, a TU-endorsed business, in Cantwell, Alaska, to chase Arctic grayling and all their iridescent beauty.
The legendary Frank Moore, center, with TU’s vice president for Western Conservation Rob Masonis (l) and Dean Finnerty, NW Region director for TU’s Sportsmen’s Conservation Project. Few Oregonians have had a more profound, positive influence on so many people in the Beaver State than Frank and Jeanne Moore. This remarkable couple, whose decades-long efforts to … Read more
We’ve all heard stories about the healing power of water and fly fishing. At Trout Unlimited, our chapters and volunteers devote significant resources to helping physically and emotionally wounded veterans heal from the horrors of war. But it’s more than that. Ask any die-hard fly fisher why they fish, and, after getting through all the … Read more
The TU Veterans Service Partnership (TU VSP) is pleased to announce a VSP volunteer leader training day will be offered as part of the 2019 Western Regional TU meeting in Olympia, WA on Friday, March 15th. The VSP is one of TU Volunteer Operations fastest growing programs and presents excellent opportunities for chapters to sustain … Read more
Today is Veterans day, the anniversary of the signing of the armistice, which ended World War I. Today, our nation thanks our Veterans for their service to our country. Trout Unlimited (TU) and TU’s Veterans Service Partnership (TU VSP) wish to thank our Veterans for their service to our country and for the sacrifice they … Read more
TU’s Veterans Service Partnership helped 4,000 veterans on the on the water in 2017. Sunday is Veterans Day. This day is the anniversary of the signing of the armistice, which ended World War I hostilities between the Allied nations and Germany in 1918. Veterans are thanked for their services to the United States on Veterans Day, and Trout Unlimited and … Read more
Congratulations to Donegal TU Veterans Service Partnership program, VSP Coordinator Bill Nolan, and all the Donegal TU volunteers for putting together this great event with Rivers of Recovery. This is a great example of how the “P” word (partnership) in the VSP is supposed to work! Job well done! Donegal (PA) TU VSP Hosts Rivers … Read more