Abandoned Mines

  1. Lahontan Basin Trout Initiative
    https://www.tu.org/tu-projects/lahontan-basin-trout-initiative

    Goals

    The Lahontan Basin is an exceptional landscape that spans three western states: California, Oregon, and Nevada. Part of the Great Basin, this semi-arid region is rich in fish and wildlife and provides outstanding fishing, hunting and outdoor recreation opportunities.

  2. Ninemile Valley Abandoned Mine Restoration
    https://www.tu.org/tu-projects/ninemile-valley-abandoned-mine-restoration

    Goals

    Perhaps no place in Montana illustrates a more striking juxtaposition between an iconic fishery nestled within an over-exploited landscape than the Clark Fork watershed.

  3. Colorado Abandoned Mine Restoration
    https://www.tu.org/tu-projects/colorado-abandoned-mine-restoration

    Goals

    Abandoned mines and their toxic legacies are among the most widespread, but least addressed, threats to native and wild trout. In fact, the Environmental Protection Agency estimates that they impact over 40% of headwater streams in the West.

  4. Yankee Fork Side Channel Habitat Improvement
    https://www.tu.org/http%3A//arcg.is/2zdroF1

    Goals

    TU's goal in the Yankee Fork basin was to create side-channel rearing habitat for juvenile Chinook salmon and steelhead trout and spawning habitat for adult steelhead.  Improved habitat will also benefit cutthroat trout and bull trout.

    TU's goal in the Yankee Fork basin was to create side-channel rearing habitat for juvenile Chinook salmon and steelhead trout and spawning habitat for adult steelhead.  Improved habitat will also benefit cutthroat trout and bull trout.

  5. Upper Clark Fork Restoration Project
    https://www.tu.org/tu-projects/upper-clark-fork-restoration-project

    Goals

    Trout Unlimited has embarked on an ambitious effort to implement large-scale habitat and flow restoration in critical spawning and rearing tributaries throughout the Upper Clark Fork.

    Trout Unlimited has embarked on an ambitious effort to implement large-scale habitat and flow restoration in critical spawning and rearing tributaries throughout the Upper Clark Fork.

  6. Dolores River
    https://www.tu.org/tu-projects/dolores-river

    Goals

    The Dolores River tumbles from the top of Lizard Head Pass above the town of Rico, down the valley through lush meadows and unique high-country aspen slopes, to the town of Dolores and into McPhee reservoir.  Along the way it is joined by the West Fork of the Dolores, which flows past the histori

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