• It’s World Water Day. What does that mean to you?

    On World Water Day, we ask ourselves not just what water means to us, but "What we can do to make it better, cleaner and more available in our communities and environment?" Learn more about the impacts of abandoned mine pollution on communities across the United States. And then check out this video to learn…

  • Fishing

    Keeping brook trout secrets in Appalachia

    A brook trout under water.

    Editor's note: In 2016, Danielle Arceneaux quit her job in Brooklyn and moved full-time to Asheville, N.C., in part to pursue fly fishing. This is the second installment in a series of blog posts that will describe Danielle’s experience on the water in Asheville. You can read the first installment here. By Danielle Arceneaux I…

  • Community

    Building a community of service in difficult times

    Now more than ever, we need to address issues of equity within Trout Unlimited

    In a recent Hatch Magazine article, Chad Brown – Navy veteran and founder/president of the non-profit organization Soul River, which focuses on bringing veteran mentors and inner city youth together in the outdoors – made a point that captured the gravity of today’s moment for the environmental conservation community.   While sharing some of the personal instances of…

  • Diversity

    Practicing equity at Trout Unlimited

    “Why doesn’t TU stick to fixing rivers?” I’ve been asked this question more than a few times this week, this year—really, numerous times over my past 12 years on staff at Trout Unlimited. Generally, I pick up the phone and talk with folks. TU is a place where relationships are deep, and that sort of…