The Trout Unlimited Driftless Area Restoration Effort (TUDARE) was started by Trout Unlimited volunteers to expand capacity for stream restoration projects in the unglaciated region of the Upper Mississippi River Basin in Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa and Illinois. TUDARE works to bring together partners from nonprofit conservation groups, community groups, schools, federal, state, and other agencies to plan, fund, and carry out stream restoration projects benefiting a wide range of plant, animal and fish species on sites accessible to the public. TUDARE’s goal is to protect and restore the largest collection of limestone spring creeks in the world.
Chair: Chris Steffen, Ohio
TU Staff Contacts: Jeff Hastings
Meets: the 2nd Wednesday of each month.
Driftless Area Restoration Effort Resources
This is the message map provided by the NLC Driftless Area Restoration Effort Workgroup.