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    Alaska Program election debrief

    Photo: Pat Ford By: Nelli Williams Dear Alaska angler: Some of you might be wondering, how did the results of Tuesday’s election change our ability to protect Bristol Bay and the places around Alaska that we love to hunt and fish. First, Alaskans elected a Governor for whom Pebble’s CEO himself campaigned. Thankfully, Pebble has always been an…

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    The Affordable Clean Energy Rule in context

    The power industry has put more natural gas power plants online, but the repeal of the Clean Power Plan could slow progress toward fewer greenhouse gas emissions. Wikimedia commons photo. By Jim Wilson As a member of TU’s National Leadership Council Climate Change Working Group, I volunteered to write a blog about EPA’s proposed alternative…

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    Conserving freshwater biodiversity in California

    A native Chinook salmon from California's Central Valley. Conservation of freshwater biodiversity faces major challenges. The fragmented nature of freshwater habitats often results in species populations being highly vulnerable to extirpation. Moreover, areas managed for resource conservation typically reflect jurisdictional or landscape boundaries that have little meaning for aquatic species. Now, a team of scientists…

  • Community Conservation

    Economic analysis shows watershed groups such as TU improve water quality

    A recent economic study confirmed what the thousands of Trout Unlimited volunteers and our partner watershed groups already know: TU's work directly benefits water quality and makes fishing better. (Trout Unlimited photo) By Chris Branham, Oregon State University CORVALLIS, Ore. — Economists have found that in the United States, watershed groups have had a positive…

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    Thanks for the memories

    A good bank to fall down to land a fish. By Chris Wood I woke this morning dreaming that I was on point on a two-on-one fast break. I measure the distance from my ground blind to a target through various pass patterns. “That’s a down-and-out; that’s a post;” and so on. I still consider…