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Pennsylvania

  • Barriers

    What do dirt and gravel roads have to do with trout?

    Penn State's Bloser makes the connection for anglers In populated trout country, streams and roads are in frequent contact with one another. How those roads — including bridges — function is critically important to the health of those streams and the browns, brookies and rainbows that live in them. In Pennsylvania, the Center for Dirt and…

  • Conservation

    Pennsylvania’s Valley Creek featured in latest TU/TRCP video

    Pennsylvania’s Valley Creek, in the Valley Forge National Historic Park, is featured in a new video from Trout Unlimited and the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership. The short video — the fourth in a series — highlights the crucial role the Keystone Fund has played in preserving the natural areas so valued by Pennsylvania’s hunters, anglers and conservationists.  By Emily Baldauff Less than…

  • Conservation

    TRCP and TU release video on Klondike property

    Pennsylvania’s Klondike Property near the headwaters of the Lehigh River is featured in a new video from Trout Unlimited and the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership. The short video — the third in a series — highlights the crucial role the Keystone Fund has played in helping to preserve and promote this important section of state game lands. Stay tuned for more videos highlighting why the…

  • Delaware River Basin Commission bans fracking in watershed

    As infrastructure to support natural gas extraction expanded across the Appalachians over the past decade, the Delaware River Basin remained untouched as the group responsible for the coordinated management of the watershed considered the practice.  Now, after years of uncertainty, a vote by the Delaware River Basin Commission has formalized a ban on high-volume hydraulic fracturing — often called “fracking” — in the basin.  In a special business meeting on Feb. 25, 2021, commissioners…