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Nothing quite compares to a TU Regional Rendezvous! The Western Regional in Keystone, Colorado was no exception with a lively schedule of relevant and engaging sessions and a robust amount of #TUmuchfun in 31706589_2124294274469795_8388331988221689856_n.jpg organized [ READ MORE... ]
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By Randy Scholfield It might be hard to put fishing and farming together in your mind—but in fact, the health of our nation’s trout rivers and streams is directly related to the health of our agricultural land and water. Think about it: Those same creeks and watersheds that feed agricultural crops [ READ MORE... ]
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by Laura Ziemer The future of the West is inextricably linked to its water. The early pioneers first found a spring, stream, or dug a well, and then built their homestead—not the other way around. Although the scale is different today, water security and drought resilience are still fundamental to [ READ MORE... ]
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The following commentary appeared originally in the Salt Lake Tribune.  By Scott Yates This year has given us a glimpse of our potential water future in the Colorado River Basin—and it’s not pretty. So far this winter, much of the Intermountain West is seeing below average snowpack in the mountains [ READ MORE... ]
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Westslope cutthroat trout Native trout in our country face a daunting variety of threats, including climate change, drought, invasive species and degraded habitat. Across the country, Trout Unlimited staff are working on the ground to give them a fighting chance—and those efforts were recognized [ READ MORE... ]
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The new film “A River’s Reckoning,” produced by conservation groups Trout Unlimited and American Rivers, premiered Saturday at the 16th Annual Wild and Scenic Film Festival in Nevada City, Calif., one of the nation’s most popular and prestigious environmental film festivals.The film, an [ READ MORE... ]
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Q&A with Scott Yates Scott Yates, director of Trout Unlimited’s Western Water and Habitat Program, has worked for almost 20 years with ranchers and farmers on water and conservation projects across the West. He shares his thoughts on pursuing conservation in working landscapes: Q: Why is [ READ MORE... ]
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By Tara Granke Trout Unlimited is ready to shatter stereotypes and break boundaries. In early September, TU’s Headwaters Youth Program partnered with the Girl Scouts of Western Washington to hold the first-ever Train-the-Trainer for an outdoor STEM education experience designed for middle-school [ 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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It's almost summer and that means TU's Youth Conservation and Fly Fishing Academies are gearing up across the country! Please encourage your campers to enter the Camp Essay Contest for a chance to tell their story and win a fly rod! Click here for details about the Camp Essay Contest. This is one [ READ MORE... ]
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