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October Marks Alaska Wild Salmon Month in the Nation's Capital

MEDIA ADVISORY Contact: Erin Mooney, National Press Secretary 703-284-9408 emooney@tu.org October Marks Alaska Wild Salmon Month in the Nations Capital Join Trout Unlimited and Washington, D.C. Chefs and Restaurants in Promoting and Protecting Alaskas Bristol Bay ANCHORAGE, Alaska Together with a diverse coalition of chefs, restaurateurs, commercial fishermen, anglers, hunters, lodge owners, outfitters, guides and

Campaign to Save Alaskas Bristol Bay Wild Salmon Comes to the Nations Capital October 19-23

Contact: Erin Mooney, National Press Secretary 703-284-9408, emooney@tu.org FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Campaign to Save Alaskas Bristol Bay Wild Salmon Comes to the Nations Capital October 19-23 Trout Unlimited and Washington, D.C. Chefs and Restaurants Band Together to Promote and Protect Alaskas Bristol Bay, the Countrys Most Prolific but Threatened Fishery (Washington, DC) Together with a

Take a virtual field trip with Trout Unlimited

Published in Youth

“Our field trips were mainly designed for our local students, with a mix of locations and lessons for students between 2nd and 5th grade. In this challenging time, we know all of us can appreciate some beautiful scenery around our Central Oregon streams and rivers, and the soothing sights and sounds that come from experiences in nature.”

Unaka

Working at the local level in Southwestern NC to conserve, protect and restore North America’s Coldwater Fisheries and their Watersheds. The Trout Unlimited Unaka Chapter #201 has a significant history surrounding the “Unaka” designation. The name unaka is rooted in the Cherokee language designate unega, which means white (Mooney, J, 1972). Beliefs reveal, 1 in

TU cheers San Gabriel Mountains designation

October 10, 2014 Contact: Steve Moyer, VP for Government Affairs, (571) 274-0593Jessica Strickland, California Field Coordinator, (830) 515-9917 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Trout Unlimited strongly endorses designation of new San Gabriel Mountains National MonumentApplauds Presidents action to permanently protect water supply, habitat, and sporting opportunities in southern California EMERYVILLE, Calif.Trout Unlimited (TU), the nations oldest and

TINCUP Whiskey

TINCUP is The Mountain Whiskey. Like “The Mountain,” our whiskey stands for something greater. We celebrate the journey, and the powerful bonds forged when people come together in pursuit of true adventure. The drink of choice for those willing to explore beyond the fences of their own backyard, TINCUP is a salute to life on

The people of Little Mountain

Published in Uncategorized

What are public lands? For some they are a place to hunt, fish and recreate. For others, they are a place to find peace and solace. For many, they are both. We all have those special haunts that aren’t just a spot on a map, they are a place in our hearts. For Haley Richards,

Chasing the Green Drake all the way to the Arctic

Published in Travel, Featured

The Green Drake. Chris Hunt photo. Five years ago, I drove from my driveway in Idaho Falls all the way to Dead Horse, Alaska, where I caught a glimpse of the Arctic Ocean, and then back again. It was a 10-week journey, and, when it was all said and done, I put about 20,000 miles

TU applauds designation of new Berryessa Snow Mountain National Monument

July 10, 2015 Contact: Steve Moyer, VP for Government Affairs, (571) 274-0593 David Lass, California Field Director, (530) 388-8261 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Trout Unlimited praises designation of new Berryessa Snow Mountain National Monument Presidential action will permanently protect water supply, habitat, and sporting opportunities in Northern California EMERYVILLE, Calif.Trout Unlimited (TU) today applauded President Obamas

Mountain Bridge TU VSP Well Done!

Published in Community, Veterans

Today is Veterans day, the anniversary of the signing of the armistice, which ended World War I. Today, our nation thanks our Veterans for their service to our country. Trout Unlimited (TU) and TU’s Veterans Service Partnership (TU VSP) wish to thank our Veterans for their service to our country and for the sacrifice they

Greater Little Mountain: Doing it the right way

Published in Conservation, TROUT Magazine

A young pronghorn fawn attempts to avoid detection within the Greater Little Mountain Area in southwest Wyoming. Josh Duplechian/Trout Unlimited By Brett Prettyman “The Little Mountain area is considered by many to be the crown jewel for wildlife and recreation.” Former Wyoming Governor David Freudenthal Special places only stay that way if they are protected.

Public input sought in review of Little Mountain drilling application

For Immediate Release 1/7/14 Contact: Joshua Coursey (307) 389-7495 Wally Johnson: (307) 872-3890 John Hastert: (307) 871-1001 Public input sought in review of Little Mountain drilling application BLM announced it will increase opportunities for public involvement while reviewing drilling application in popular hunting and fishing area Rock Springs, Wyo. — The Bureau of Land Management

TU launches San Juan Wilderness campaign

Published in Conservation

Today, Trout Unlimited launched Sportsmen for the San Juan Mountains Wilderness to underscore the importance of protecting public lands for hunting and fishing opportunities. Partnering with conservation groups, businesses, and individuals, Trout Unlimited used the San Juan Mountains Wilderness Act to foster supporters across multiple spectrums who understand the need to protect these special places.

TU thanks Sens. Baucus and Burns for efforts to protect the Rocky Mountain Front

12/9/2006 TU thanks Sens. Baucus and Burns for efforts to protect the Rocky Mountain Front Dec. 9, 2006 Contact: David Stalling, (406) 531-7840, dstalling@tu.org Chris Hunt (208) 406-9106, chunt@tu.org For immediate release: TU thanks Sens. Baucus and Burns for efforts to protect the Rocky Mountain Front GREAT FALLS, Mont.Trout Unlimited on Saturday thanked U.S. Sens.

Projects reconnect trout water in North Carolina mountains

Published in Uncategorized

By Andy Brown Recent projects to remove in-stream barriers on two North Carolina streams have opened miles of habitat for trout and other creek-dwelling creatures. The work was completed on Powdermill and Cedar Rock creeks and is part of TU’s coldwater conservation program in the Southern Appalachians. Removing barriers helps fish, including native brook trout,