Northeast Coldwater Habitat Program

  • Restoration

    New York’s “Barrier Busters” on a roll

    On a recent early fall day, Tracy Brown and Jesse Vadala connected to reflect on what had been an extremely busy several months for them and the rest of TU’s Northeast Coldwater Habitat Program. “It can be a bit of a slog,” Brown said of TU’s field season, which generally wraps up in October for…

  • Climate Change

    TU projects fare well in Northeast flooding

    Rain water floods the side of a road, destroying the pavement

    When recent heavy rains pummeled the Northeast, the immediate priority was safety for the region’s residents.  Now that deadly flood waters have receded, New Englanders are grappling with both the emotional scars of the devastation to lives and property and assessing the damage and moving forward toward recovery.  Trout Unlimited seasonal stream technician Mo Ouren…

  • From the field Community

    Dream job: a summer in search of wild trout

    As summer arrives, Trout Unlimited’s ranks swell as interns join the organization to gain valuable experience in conservation field work and advocacy. The dozens of interns come from near and far. In the case of one intern in Pennsylvania, really far. Sofia Odoemena is from Nigeria. A student at Lycoming College in Williamsport, Pa., Odoemena…