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by Randy Scholfield With grim news of changing climate—scientists say the impacts are visible everywhere now—and an administration with its head resolutely in the sand, things can look pretty discouraging for people who care about rivers. It’s easy to get discouraged and wonder, What can one person [ READ MORE... ]
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Bags of greenback cutthroat yearlings being transferred to backpacks at Herman Gulch traihead.  (Photo: Helen H. Richardson/Denver Post) By Dan Omasta (All photos courtesy of Helen H. Richardson/The Denver Post) It was turning out to be another beautiful July day in Colorado, as over 50 staff and [ READ MORE... ]
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Jim Moersch of TU's St.Vrain Anglers Chapter, working hard! by Lauren Duncan On June 14, Trout Unlimited’s Abandoned Mine Lands team joined up with Colorado Trout Unlimited volunteers and U.S. Forest Service staff and volunteers for a successful revegetation workday at the Lower Creek project site [ READ MORE... ]
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A rancher’s vision of home waters By Randy Scholfield Home waters. For Colorado rancher Paul Bruchez, the phrase means more than a favorite local fishing stretch, although that’s part of it. His home waters encompass a larger vision of waters that bind a community, and a way of life. He’s spent [ READ MORE... ]
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Cottonwood Creek flume.  So how is Trout Unlimited doing with its collaborative, pragmatic approach to conservation? Look no further than the latest round of the Bureau of Reclamation’s WaterSmart grants, which recognize innovative, cooperative efforts to improve watershed health. Trout Unlimited’s [ READ MORE... ]
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Methow Valley Irrigation District construction, TU photo by Lisa Pelly By Laura Ziemer The White House’s Infrastructure Week has come and gone, but there’s still an urgent need to address the nation’s backlog of aging infrastructure. With federal funds and programs under increasing pressure, we [ READ MORE... ]
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By Randy Scholfield There’s no getting around a basic fact: cleaning up abandoned mines is a tough task that requires money. Time, commitment and money. So there must be an accounting error in the just-released Trump administration budget for the EPA. Because despite Secretary Scott Pruitt [ READ MORE... ]
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Celebrate your public lands: trout caught in Fern Lake, Rocky Mountain National Park Chances are, if you’ve fished for trout in Colorado, you’ve caught many of them on or near public lands. There are so many great places to explore, fish, hike and hunt in Colorado—and many are only accessible [ READ MORE... ]
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By Jeff Florence Not all of Trout Unlimited’s efforts are loud and publicized. In fact, some are quiet and calculated. Many TU efforts don’t generate action alerts or require high level discussions with politicians. Case in point: TU recently succeeded in protecting the Gold Medal waters of the [ READ MORE... ]
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A technician uses an antenna and radio receiver to locate fish in Milk Creek. By Brian Hodge As every TU member knows, salmon and trout depend on a steady supply of cool or cold water to survive. Accordingly, steam temperature serves as a relatively good index or predictor of salmonid habitat. [ READ MORE... ]
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