• Conservation

    Three rules with impact to coldwater fisheries

    An update on three federal rulemakings with impact to coldwater fisheries. What is proposed, what it means for TU, how we will respond and how you can help make your voice heard. 2017 MAY 11: Pack trip into the Gila Wilderness in southern New Mexico. What is happening?  Recently there has been a flurry of…

  • Conservation

    New rules unveiled for Endangered Species

    Opportunity for improvement lost; higher risk of extinction gained. On August 12, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Service) and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's National Marine Fisheries Service (NOAA Fisheries) -referred to here as “the Agencies” -  jointly announced three final rules which modify regulations that implement portions of the Endangered Species Act…

  • Conservation

    Clean Water Rule Update: May 2019

    Public Comment Completed. Thanks for your Support.  Comment period now closed.  What comes next?  TU members and volunteers contributed more than 4,000 comments for the record, including 25 council and chapter letters and 4,406 individual comments.  Next steps: The Agencies will now review these comments and make a final decision sometime this fall.  We will update you with the latest.  Thank you for taking…

  • Conservation

    Three things Congress should do before the end of 2018

    With the end of the 115th Congress rapidly approaching, America’s lawmakers have a prime opportunity to advance the interests of anglers and sportsmen and -women across the country. Trout Unlimited urges members of Congress to do just that prior to January 3, 2019.In particular, the current lame-duck session of Congress provides the opportunity to reauthorize…