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New Mexico

  • We are TU

    Trout Unlimited Restructures Across the Rockies

    New leadership and investments in people reflect growing federal partnerships and project funding across the region. Last week, TU announced a series of new investments in its people to accommodate the growing number of partnerships across the Rocky Mountains. Over the last decade, TU has secured roughly $133 million in funding partnerships to initiate and build more…

  • 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…

  • Youth Headwaters

    Our digital conservation future

    Having finished the online NYT crossword over morning coffee, retweeting some delicious burns on climate deniers, checking Facebook and Instagram, liking a picture of a steelhead, and prioritizing work emails before a day of zoom calls, he/she remarked, “Kids these days are hopelessly addicted to their devices,” as though the Peleton screen was an actual…

  • TU Business Community

    TU Business profile: Land of Enchantment Guides

    Land of Enchantment Guides has opened a fly shop called the Fly Fishing Outpost in Santa Fe.

    Noah Parker and his son Shane Parker-Kast. Really good guys, and really great guides. If you don’t know them, you should. You should fish New Mexico with them. Coming from three generations of fly fishermen, Shane Parker-Kast was probably destined to be a fishing guide. He first went out on his father’s lobster boat when…

  • From the field

    Against all odds, these native trout survive

    In the Rio San Antonio, TU is working to restore a vital and vulnerable watershed. A river in northern New Mexico that harbors three native fish species — Rio Grande chub, Rio Grande sucker, and Rio Grande cutthroat trout — is named for the largest free-standing mountain in the country. The spectacular landscape notwithstanding, it’s…