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Kinross Gold Named Corporate Conservation Award Winner

October 10, 2019 Contact: Brett Prettyman, 801-209-5320, brett.prettyman@tu.org Kinross Gold Named Corporate Conservation Award Winner ELKO, Nevada — Kinross Gold Corp., an important partner of Trout Unlimited in Nevada, was recognized recently by the conservation organization at its annual meeting. J. Paul Rollinson, president and CEO of Kinross, was on hand in Rogers, Arkansas, last

20 years of protection

Published in Advocacy

Colorado’s Thompson Divide sees a mining development moratorium to the high praise of anglers

What makes sense when it comes to energy on public lands?

Published in From the field

We’ve seen plenty of attempts to pit conservation against energy development in recent weeks, but the reality of what is best both for community and conservation probably lies somewhere in that murky grey area that can never quite be captured in a headline.  At issue is the ever-present question of balance: What do we prioritize and how do we

September is #publiclandsmonth

Published in Conservation, Fishing, TROUT Magazine

An angler in the George Washington National Forest By Corey Fisher Trout Unlimited is devoting the month of September to celebrating public lands and the agencies dedicated to upholding America’s public land heritage. It’s no coincidence that National Hunting and Fishing Day and National Public Lands Day are both during September — the month is

TU’s top 10 conservation campaigns of 2019

Bristol Bay  The clear, cold rivers of the Bristol Bay region in southwest Alaska support some of the strongest remaining salmon runs in North America. These waters entice anglers, tourists and other outdoor enthusiasts from around the globe to view rare and majestic wildlife, marvel at an untouched landscape, and chase trophy rainbow trout and salmon. The region is under imminent threat

Healing Waters Lodge

About us Orvis Endorsed fly fishing lodge and a guide service, in southwest Montana near the town of Twin Bridges, in the beautiful Ruby valley. Our lodge has 9 clean and comfortable guest rooms with a Lodge capacity of 18 guests, door-to-door fly fishing guide service, and all meals created fresh by our chefs. We

Native Odyssey: Rocky Mountain National Park

Published in Uncategorized

Public Land: Rocky Mountain National Park. Established Jan. 26, 1915, Rocky Mountain National Park was the 10th recognized national park in the United States. It is the best place in the Lower 48 for visitors to experience alpine landscapes and tundra. Driving in from Denver (just two hours away) allows for visitors to see numerous

The Stream Guardian Society

The Stream Guardian Society (SGS) is a group of Trout Unlimited supporters who have made one of the most sincere and lasting commitments to TU’s conservation mission by naming the organization as a beneficiary of their estate or making a life income gift.  The society is a way for these outstanding commitments to be celebrated

Voices from the River: Getting lost

Published in Voices from the river

By Chris Hunt I got lost last night. Not your traditional, “I have no idea where I am,” kind of lost. But lost just the same. My daughter is home for a scant month between jobs—she’s returned from Colorado’s ski country and is a month away from her next gig at Colter Bay on Jackson

Q&A: Pat Byorth

Pat Byorth has long been an advocate for anglers in Montana and with his recent appointment to Montana’s Fish and Game Commission, he is continuing that tradition for the benefit of all Montanans. As a long-time TU employee, he has worked to restore some of our most iconic rivers such as the Madison and the

Mountains to the sea and back again

Published in Conservation, steelhead

Sawmill Creek is a tributary to the Lemhi River. The Lemhi River watershed is one of the highest elevation and farthest inland reaches for fish migration in the world, as the new signs point out. The watershed is also one of the most important spawning and rearing habitat areas for salmon and steelhead in the Columbia Basin.

Military, mountains, and a new monument

Published in From the field

President Biden designates his first national monument in the Rocky Mountains, recognizing the history of WWII soldiers who later became the catalyst for America’s burgeoning outdoor recreation economy