Tom Reed

  • American Places

    Places have stories, and stories have places

    You will know you've found a special place when you name it

    Clark Fork River

    Editor's note: TROUT Magazine Online will publish frequent essays on "American Places," lands and waters that make the nation unique. These essays will be crafted by Trout Unlimited staffers, contributing writers and volunteers. These places are near and dear to many and worthy of sharing in hopes of creating more advocates for the treasures so…

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    A letter from the Wyoming Range

    Editor's note: The following is an excerpt from Tom Reed’s journal of his ride down the length of the Wyoming Range to promote the Wyoming Range Legacy Act, August-September 2007. For more on TU's public lands protection legacy, check out our new report, Legacy of Protection. At the top of the world, where the timber…

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    Where hope lives: lessons from a limber pine

    Editor's note: This piece first appeared in the Summer 2020 print edition of TROUT Magazine. To subscribe to TROUT, simply join Trout Unlimited. The current of the pessimist’s river is strong and dangerous, swift and life-taking. It drowns those who enter its waters, for they do not swim, they bob along, float with it for…