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Conservation

Fixing what ails our western forests and communities

The light smoke in Washington, D.C., signaled devastation in the West. In California, for example, at least 26 people have perished from wildfire, and more than 7,000 structures were destroyed. In Oregon, the Almeda fire, alone, destroyed nearly 2,400 homes and killed at least three people, with more missing

The tonic of wildness

If you are active in the outdoors, it’s hard to beat living in the American West. That’s because all states west of the Great Plains have big swaths of public lands available for fishing and hunting. Except when big swaths of extraordinary wildfire shut them down....

We are TU: Jacob Fetterman

Meet the Trout Unlimited staffer behind the newest Home Rivers Initiative on the Battenkill River in Vermont and New York

How the BATTERY Act could make a difference for trout and salmon

Minerals like cobalt, lithium, rare earth elements and other minerals are necessary components in electric vehicles, solar panels, and for energy storage from wind farms. Simply put, they are the raw materials upon which a clean energy future is being built. When coupled with a reduction in the use of fossil fuels, renewable energy technology can help us address climate change

TU Mayfly Stations help anglers and guides with real-time data

By Jake Lemon Perhaps no bug is more significant to anglers than the mayfly. We chase them, imitate them, even tattoo their visage on our skin. Now a new type of mayfly is emerging on rivers and streams in the US.   The Mayfly Sensor...

Eklutna Watershed Family Field Trip & Scavenger Hunt

While you and your family think through fall outings, we would like to encourage you to take a trip to the Eklutna River valley - we created a family field trip for the Eklutna River watershed so that your family can learn while exploring the area

Community

Brad Elfers from Alaska Fly Fishing Goods

“We don’t have any more chances left. There aren’t any more Tongasses. This is an American forest, not an Alaskan forest. It belongs to every American."

Instagram Live with Brad Elfers from Alaska Fly Fishing Goods

Join me tomorrow - that’s Friday, September 25 – at 11 AM AKDT @troutunlimited when we talk with Brad @alaskaflyfishinggoods about fishing in AK. After all, how can five species of salmon plus rainbows, steelhead, cutthroats, Arctic char and grayling (and more) be anything but awesome?

Chad Brown from Soul River Runs Deep

Join me on September 28 – that’s Monday – at 1 PM PDT @troutunlimited when we talk with Chad @soulriverinc about his exciting new “Love Is King” initiative. Clear your calendar and tune in – this will be awesome

Interview with Richard Louv

Richard Louv joined Trout Unlimited to discuss public lands, the pandemic and his newest book, “Our Wild Calling.” Louv, a former journalist, is best known for his 2005 book, “Last Child in the Woods,” which sparked an international movement to...

We are TU: Jacob Fetterman

Meet the Trout Unlimited staffer behind the newest Home Rivers Initiative on the Battenkill River in Vermont and New York

How TU chapters and 5 Rivers clubs can work together

We have college fly fishing clubs all over the country, and this network of college anglers participates in leadership summits, regional meet-ups, virtual fishing tournaments and more. The 5 Rivers program has its own podcast, Emerging, and its own virtual magazin

Fishing

Voices from the River

Trout Tips

Video Spotlight

New TU film on Elwha River wild steelhead recovery premieres April 17

New TU film on Elwha River wild steelhead recovery premieres April 17

Summer run steelhead were thought to be extirpated in Washington’s Elwha River, after two dams blocked fish passage for a century. Both dams were removed by 2014. How wild summer steelhead responded amazed scientists and steelhead advocates. Check out the new film from Trout Unlimited and North Fork Studios on the remarkable recovery of summer steelhead in the Elwha on TU’s YouTube channel APRIL 17 AT 6 PM Pacific Time.

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Travel

Hiking the CDT: Road-walking to Canada with grizzly bears

Hiking the CDT: Road-walking to Canada with grizzly bears

Our best grizzly sighting happened on the last day just 8 miles from the border. We were excited and walking fast. My cousin Ethan was walking ahead and staring at his phone. He apperantly did not notice the bear walking up the road. After we caught his attention, his first thought, he later told us, was “Oh cool, a bear.” Followed shortly by, “Oh crap, a bear!”

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How the BATTERY Act could make a difference for trout and salmon

How the BATTERY Act could make a difference for trout and salmon

Minerals like cobalt, lithium, rare earth elements and other minerals are necessary components in electric vehicles, solar panels, and for energy storage from wind farms. Simply put, they are the raw materials upon which a clean energy future is being built. When coupled with a reduction in the use of fossil fuels, renewable energy technology can help us address climate change

One less barrier to access

One less barrier to access

If we are to effectively conserve natural places, we need everyone. Being outside makes my life richer, and I want everyone to know that joy — or at least taste it the way I have and see if they like it. We can’t take off our hats, but we can certainly impact others’ experiences for better or for worse

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