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    NYC chapter’s tree planting program gets boost

    The New York City Chapter of Trout Unlimited recently obtained a five-year extension to grow its Amawalk Outlet/Muscoot River riparian stewardship program. The chapter has adopted this unique tailwater fishery as a prime resource and will continue efforts to maintain and improve existing habitat. Each Spring, members of NYC TU invite the local community to…

  • From the President Veterans

    Returning Thanks

    Man in river gets fish into net while his old friend watches

    During the Beaver Creek Invitational, veterans understand the therapeutic nature of rivers.   “There is always something therapeutic about being on the water. The river is so beautiful, catching fish becomes a bonus. The amount of support and love given to us veterans is truly amazing. I’m grateful for all the time and energy given by…

  • Headwaters Youth

    About a Program Called Headwaters

    Young girl with small trout in glass of water

    It happens a lot, a phone call or email exchange with a TU volunteer or staffer that usually goes something like “What? TU has a youth program? I had no idea.” Their surprise evolves into interest as they learn more about a program called Headwaters, which uses an effective blend of fly fishing and watershed…

  • Community

    Meet Aaron, TU Alaska’s new Habitat Restoration Director

    Aaron Prussian is the new habitat restoration director for Trout Unlimited’s Alaska Program. Aaron will spend his time managing and growing TU’s restoration work across the state. From ongoing projects on Resurrection Creek, to emerging projects in southeast and interior Alaska, Aaron will work  to ensure our restoration efforts bring maximum benefits to local fish…

  • Community

    Through the lens of the White House

    Questions for David Lienemann, TU-member and former staff photographer for President Biden and First Lady Dr. Jill Biden Editor’s Note: Trout Unlimited is inviting people from across the Colorado River Basin—ranchers, guides, elected officials, businesses, athletes, tourism officials—to talk with us about the West’s historic drought and how we can work together to meet the…