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The author and his daughter, filling buckets on Yellowstone's Lamar River. By Tim Frahm When my daughter was in third grade (she’s in sixth grade now), her class practiced a regular exercise they called “filling buckets.” This involved being kind or thoughtful or in other ways a good friend to each [ READ MORE... ]
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One of several BDAs (beaver dam analogues) recently installed in Squaw Creek to improve floodplain connectivity, among many other habitat benefits.   By Tom Kloehn       Trout Unlimited believes that conservation work begins with people. This belief was affirmed again when over 75 volunteers [ READ MORE... ]
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The Lambert family on the Klamath River.   Trout Unlimited has been working for nearly two decades to resolve long-standing conflicts in the Klamath River basin over water. Our efforts have helped develop several ground-breaking agreements that will provide more water security for upper basin [ READ MORE... ]
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The Steelhead Whisperer on the legendary Trinity River By Sam Davidson Knowing full well the inexorable influence of superstition on fishing success, I have no excuse for my gross negligence which weighed heavily on our recent experience on the Trinity River. The warning signs were there, including [ READ MORE... ]
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You can help restore the third most productive river for salmon and steelhead on the West Coast The Klamath River and its legendary runs of salmon and steelhead is poised for a renaissance. Four obsolete hydropower dams that today produce little energy are scheduled to be removed in 2020, the [ READ MORE... ]
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Consider some of the major factors in the decline of native salmon, steelhead and trout in North America. Extensive loss of habitat from dams and other development. Too much water diverted from streams. Degraded water quality from poorly maintained roads and leaky old mines. In California, you can [ READ MORE... ]
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Multi-benefit flood control projects in California's Central Valley, which will help bolster depleted runs of salmon and steelhead in the Sacramento and San Joaquin rivers, will benefit from funding authorized by the state's new parks-and-water bond legislation.   On Sunday, October 15, Gov. Edmund [ READ MORE... ]
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Construction phase, Jack of Hearts Creek Coho habitat restoration project   The rarest species of salmon in California is getting some help in a legendary coastal river system, thanks to Trout Unlimited’s North Coast Coho Project (NCCP) and partners. Recently, the NCCP finished the construction [ READ MORE... ]
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A bigger-than-average trout from a nameless creek, Sierra National Forest. By Sam Davidson For no good reason one of my favorite words is equinox. It sounds like a cool drum set, or a fancy word for a horse’s muzzle. Of course, the term (which stems originally from the old Latin aequinoctium, or “ [ READ MORE... ]
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Finding refuge from the heat, Stanislaus National Forest. By Sam Davidson   Across the country, summer is prime time for trout fishing in the mountains. At higher elevations you typically get relief from sweltering lowland temperatures and find the kind of small water-wild fish opportunities that [ READ MORE... ]
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