Category

Conservation

  • Advocacy

    Carrying your voice in Washington

    Trustees launch the Trout Unlimited conservation agenda in the halls of Congress  With a new Congress convened and members sworn in, Trout Unlimited is carrying your voice to Washington to stand up for healthy trout and salmon, clean rivers and streams and protected public lands.   First to walk the halls this year: members of TU’s…

  • Dam Removal Conservation

    Listen now: Lessons from the Klamath Dams

    TU’s Brian Johnson joins The River Rambler podcast for a conversation about dam removal, coalition building and what comes next on the Klamath Basin On the new episode of The River Rambler podcast, TU’s California Director Brian Johnson joins artist, angler and conservationist Richard Harrington for a wide-ranging conversation about the historic effort to reconnect…

  • Conservation

    Huge milestone reached in Bristol Bay conservation efforts

    The world’s greatest sockeye salmon runs granted new protection under the Clean Water Act Alaska Tribes, anglers and hunters, commercial fishermen and thousands of other businesses and advocates are celebrating a huge milestone in conserving Bristol Bay’s incredible fisheries. After nearly 13 years of tribal consultation, unwavering public input and scientific review, the Environmental Protection…

  • Conservation

    Safeguards for America’s largest, fishiest forest

    Roadless Rule restored on 9.3 million acres of the Tongass

    Roadless Rule restored on 9.3 million acres of the Tongass A huge swath of America’s largest and fishiest forest is now safe from industrial clear-cut logging of old growth trees. The U.S. Forest Service announced this week that it is restoring roadless protections on 9.3 million acres of Southeast Alaska’s Tongass National Forest, conserving plentiful…

  • Restoration

    Trout Unlimited Presents: Flowing Free

    Recovering native trout and restoring communities in Wisconsin On a seasonably mild early September day last year, Chris Collier stood on a bridge deep in Wisconsin’s Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest. As he watched the creek flow under his feet, Collier couldn’t help but smile. The newly installed bridge had replaced a culvert blocking fish passage, and…