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By Randy Scholfield My Dad is slowing down. He is 85, and fighting Parkinson’s, so he has every right to slow down. That doesn’t make it any easier to see him struggle. He needs help buttoning his shirt now and has problems walking. I was back in Kansas recently and he wanted to go fishing—he [ READ MORE... ]
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Wyoming rancher Jackson Ramsay leaning against headgate improved with help from Trout Unlimited. (Photo credit: Jim Paussa/Aspen Journalism) by Randy Scholfield Conventional wisdom held that there would always be deep-seated hostility and endless conflict between agriculture producers and [ READ MORE... ]
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By Cary Denison In early May 2009, a few years before being hired by Trout Unlimited, I stood beside my friend Paul and rubbernecked at what I can best describe, using local western Colorado jargon, as a “crick” (too small to be regarded a creek). Not much more than two feet across at the widest [ READ MORE... ]
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It's not just anglers and outdoor recreationists who appreciate the need for clean, healthy waters and rivers--many farmers and ranchers also understand that the viability of their operations and way of life depends on water, both quantity and quality.  Check out this cool video from the Rocky [ READ MORE... ]
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Two of my favorite things in this world are beer and fishing. And you can’t have either without clean water. At Upslope Brewery, we oppose any changes to the Clean Water Rule that would weaken the protections it established for critically important waterways like small streams and wetlands. Our [ READ MORE... ]
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Editor’s note: Coloradans turned out in force (and in full voice) for today’s Clean Water for Colorado rally in downtown Denver, an event put together by TU and other conservation groups, as well as local outdoor businesses such as RepYourWater, Confluence Kayaks and Downriver Equipment. The rally— [ READ MORE... ]
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By Ty Churchwell We recently marked a rather unsavory anniversary for the people of the Animas River Valley in southwest Colorado. Two years ago on Aug. 5, EPA contractors doing some investigative work at the Gold King Mine accidentally released over 3 million gallons of heavy metal-laden mine [ READ MORE... ]
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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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