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  U.S. Reps. Peter DeFazio (Oregon) and Jared Huffman (California) today sent a letter to the House Committee on Natural Resources urging the committee to take immediate action to schedule a hearing for H.R. 310, The Southwestern Oregon Watershed and Salmon Protection Act. This bill would [ READ MORE... ]
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Photo by David Baker Jack Williams retired from Trout Unlimited in October 2017. But the honors and recognition for his science leadership keep rolling in. At the 9th annual Native and Wild Trout Conference in Phoenix on April 12, Trout Unlimited’s longtime senior scientist was awarded the Gila [ READ MORE... ]
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Participants at a recent STREAM Girls event held in South Carolina get their feet wet. Trout Unlimited photo. By Franklin Tate Composer Aaron Copland was so inspired by Appalachian spring he wrote a symphony about it. Countless other artists and musicians have also found their muses once the days [ READ MORE... ]
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by Randy Scholfield Fly-fishing is still sometimes caricatured as a sport for tweed-clad, bamboo-bound elitists. Lefty Kreh, the fly-fishing legend who died last month at age 93, was a powerful antidote to that misperception, and perhaps the most popular and populist ambassador for the sport in my [ READ MORE... ]
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Snake River steelhead, an Endangered Species Act listed species, will benefit from a collaboration of groups in Idaho that once worked against each other. Trout Unlimited photo. By Kira Finkler Looking around the West, it is easy to find watersheds where people are fighting over too little water. [ READ MORE... ]
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Illinois Trout Unlimited would like to thank Mayor Rahm Emanuel for adding the City of Chicago to the Great Lakes Basin Partnership to Block Asian Carp.   Also signed by Michigan, Ohio, Wisconsin and Ontario, the partnership seeks to stop the spread of Asian carp to Lake Michigan through the  [ READ MORE... ]
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At Trout Unlimited, we usually celebrate when dams come out and rivers are made whole again. We've been part of some of the greatest reconnection efforts ever seen, from the Elwha in Washington to the Penobscot in Maine. Removing dams in our country is ... fashionable, if not vital for healthy [ READ MORE... ]
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When Orvis announced a few months back its effort to bring "gender parity" to the fly fishing world, it seemed to me to be, as much as anything else, a good business decision. Women make up half the populace about about 30 percent of the fly-fishing market these days (that's up from about 25 [ READ MORE... ]
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Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument, on the Oregon-California border.   American sportsmen have long been advocates for strong habitat conservation policies and designations on public lands. This stems from the fundamental principle that every seasoned outdoorsperson understands: good fishing and [ READ MORE... ]
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Helping organize rallies, like this one at the Idaho State Capitol, to show elected officials how sportsmen and sportswomen feel about legislation is an important part of the politics of conservation. Trout Unlimited photo. By Brett Prettyman Waders and work boots are the uniforms people typically [ READ MORE... ]
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