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    Navigating Currents: Dr. Len Necefer on Tribal Water Rights, Outdoor Adventures and a Splash of Humor

    Amidst the debate over the future of water rights in the Colorado River, a spotlight on the impacts to tribal nations and what it means for the future of indigenous populations across the West Editor’s Note: Trout Unlimited is inviting people from across the Colorado River Basin—ranchers, guides, elected officials, businesses, athletes, tourism officials—to talk…

  • Community Restoration

    Healing the Land

    For hundreds of years, the Wuda Ogwa, the site of the Bear River Massacre has undergone significant development, pollution and agricultural use. Now, the Tribe is restoring Wuda Ogwa to its organic and natural glory.

    Editor’s Note: This Native American Heritage Month, Trout Unlimited is celebrating and honoring the efforts of our tribal partners who, since time immemorial, have been stewards of the lands, waters and wildlife they hold sacred. We are inspired by the stories of the Nez Perce working to recover salmon on the Snake River, of the…

  • Community

    2023 TU Sweepstakes winners announced

    Our grand prize winner, Ronald K. of Florida, won a 5-days/5-nights trip for winner and up to three guests aboard the Equinox yacht departing from Sitka, Alaska or other location. He’ll enjoy fishing some of Alaska's pristine rivers and streams that hold big browns, rainbows, and more… and relaxing from the yacht after a productive day…

  • TU Costa 5 Rivers Restoration

    TU/Costa’s 5 Rivers Students Help Complete Willowemoc Restoration Project

    Students from Trout Unlimited’s 5 Rivers Program, hailing from six different universities across New York and Connecticut camped, fished, and planted trees in the Catskills for the Fall 2023 Northeast Rendezvous.   Participants were welcomed by New York State Council’s Director of Youth Programming, Lindsay Agness and TU’s Youth Education Program Director, Franklin Tate who…

  • Fishing Women Youth

    Joy and Wonder

    I caught my first fish with a fine, mesh net in the creek behind my childhood home. The silver minnow measured no more than a couple inches, but your uncle and I placed it and a couple others in a bucket and carried them into our house like treasures pulled from the deep. We kept…