Conservation

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Love fish? Plant a tree

Love fish? Plant a tree

“Today, given the pace and impacts of climate change, there is a true sense of urgency to plant trees as an effective way to sequester carbon, the process by which atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2) is taken up by trees and other plants through photosynthesis and stored as carbon in biomass and soil. This will be a productive component of our national strategy to reduce carbon emissions.”

TU in your state legislature

TU in your state legislature

As state legislatures begin to wrap up we thought it might be time you meet the faces behind the scenes — ones keeping your public lands in public hands and safeguarding fish, wildlife and your fishing habits. Trout Unlimited has been working in state legislatures...

Living Waters Fly Fishing stands with TU on Lower Snake

Living Waters Fly Fishing stands with TU on Lower Snake

“Conservation is one of the pillars of the fishing community and as anglers we are meant to be stewards of the aquatic environment. The removal of dams unlocks so much more than just the water they hold – it unlocks the natural potential of anadromous fish. By deconstructing our own creations, we allow nature to rebuild itself in a way that we could never imagine! For this reason, as a business and as anglers, Living Waters Fly Fishing supports the removal of dams on the Snake River.”

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