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Saving salters and saving New England

Published in From the President

Brook trout in the northeast have taken a beating over the decades. Scientists estimate that brook trout—indicators of clean water and healthy lands—have lost more than half of their historic habitat… The brook trout of southeastern MA are particularly vulnerable, and worthy of protection.

Climate change amplifies stressors, stresses PA’s state symbols

Published in Conservation

Pennsylvania’s native brook trout already face stessors. Climate change is making those stressor more accute. Photo by Chris Hunt. By Brian Wagner  On March 27, I attended a program titled, “Roundtable on Climate Change: Effects on Fish, Wildlife and Forests,” at Wilkes University in Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania.   The program was put together by Ed Perry, who is the Pennsylvania outreach coordinator for the

Climate change amplifies stressors, stresses PA’s state symbols

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Pennsylvania’s native brook trout already face stessors. Climate change is making those stressor more accute. Photo by Chris Hunt. By Brian Wagner On March 27, I attended a program titled, “Roundtable on Climate Change: Effects on Fish, Wildlife and Forests,” at Wilkes University in Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania. The program was put together by Ed Perry,

FEDERAL REGULATORS CLARIFY PATH TO KLAMATH DAM REMOVAL

P R E S S  R E L E A S E Karuk Tribe ● Yurok Tribe ● Pacific Coast Federation of Fishermen’s Associations ● Trout Unlimited ● California Trout ● Sustainable Northwest ● American Rivers ● Save California Salmon ● Klamath Riverkeeper    For Immediate Release: July 16, 2020 For more information:  Craig Tucker,

How conservation can save our politics and save America

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Wednesday afternoon, a day that America won’t soon forget, I was on a phone call just across the river in Trout Unlimited’s Arlington, Va., headquarters.    A group of us at TU were talking about recovering Snake River salmon populations in the Pacific Northwest when my phone began blaring with a message from the mayor of Washington, D.C. In response to the attacks on the Capitol, she was ordering a city-wide curfew in three hours.   TU staff and volunteers regularly go

NOAA, Trout Unlimited Join Forces For Coastal Habitat Restoration

10/25/2001 NOAA, Trout Unlimited Join Forces For Coastal Habitat Restoration NOAA, Trout Unlimited Join Forces For Coastal Habitat Restoration NOAA to Provide up to $1 Million for Local Coastal Restoration Efforts Contact: Gordon Helm , , NOAA (301) 713-2370 NOAA (301) 713-2370 10/25/2001 — — The Commerce Departments National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and

Voices from the River: Carp in the desert

Published in Voices from the river

By Chris Hunt The desert of southern Idaho is immense. Sliced ear to ear by the Snake River, this place is defined by fire. Some of the lava flows in Craters of the Moon National Monument are only 2,000 years old. Others are leftover from the last big blast from t he Yellowstone “hot spot”

Big protection for small streams

Published in From the President

Happily, this week, U.S. District Judge Rosemary Márquez found Trout Unlimited’s arguments compelling and declared that the 2020 rule was illegal and “would cause serious environmental harm.”

Voices from the River: The Princess

Published in Voices from the river

Photo by Rachel Andona By Chris Hunt A year ago, I was well into the British Columbian interior, motoring north toward my eventual destination at Deadhorse on the Arctic Ocean, a new camper in tow, many miles to go and about six weeks to get there and back. It was a marathon pocked by dozens

Voices from the river: Fishing the improbable

Published in Voices from the river

The Nacimiento River at peak winter flow, central California. By Sam Davidson A recent telephone call with the Steelhead Whisperer got me fired up. His brother had been car-camping around the central coast, and had seen people fishing in one of the streams that swerve out of the Santa Lucia range and through the oak

First-ever Large Wood Field School will help Coho recovery efforts

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE November 2, 2018 Contacts: Anna Halligan, Trout Unlimited, 707-734-0112, ahalligan@tu.org Dana Stolzman, Salmonid Restoration Federation, 707-923-7501, srf@calsalmon.org Trout Unlimited and Salmonid Restoration Federation Produce First-ever Large Wood Technical Field School A Tremendous Success for the Restoration Field The North Coast Coho Project of Trout Unlimited (TU) and the Salmonid Restoration Federation (SRF)

Fathers

Photo: The Steelhead Whisperer and his daughter on California’s Big Sur River. I spent Father’s Day this year not fishing. That was fine with me, though. My son was with me and we were at 7,500 feet in the Sierra Nevada range, where winter had not yet gathered up all of her train. And we

Trout Unlimited statement on bipartisan infrastructure agreement

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE July 30, 2021Contact:            Steve Moyer, Vice President for Government Affairs, Trout Unlimited                             smoyer@tu.org; (571) 274-0593 Sweeping infrastructure legislation introduced, headed for consideration on Senate floor New bill includes many provisions that will help coldwater conservation, but omits critical provisions championed by Trout Unlimited, including failure to support Rep. Simpson’s Snake River salmon

WWHP20 Divi

Twenty years ago Twenty years ago, Trout Unlimited looked across the landscape of the West at water use and saw huge, complicated, unaddressed problems that were sucking the life out of our best trout rivers and streams. Twenty years ago, thousands of miles of trout and salmon habitat were fragmented by makeshift dams, obsolete irrigation

Trout Unlimited and Sennebec Pond Association Celebrate Sennebec Dam Removal

Trout Unlimited and Sennebec Pond Association Celebrate Sennebec Dam Removal Trout Unlimited and Sennebec Pond Association Celebrate Sennebec Dam Removal Community Developed Solution Benefiting Humans, Fish Contact: Jeff Reardon New England Conservation Director Trout Unlimited (207) 373-0700, (207) 841-7529 (cell) 10/29/2002 — Union, Maine — Today Trout Unlimited and the Sennebec Pond Association, joined by

TU hails new, better day for fisheries conservation on the farm

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE January 14, 2015 Contact: Scott Yates, (Upper Columbia, Gunnison River Basins), (307) 349-0753 Warren Colyer, (Bear, Blackfoot River Basins), (435) 881-2149 Randy Scholfield (TU communications), (720) 375-3961 Steve Moyer (National), (703) 284-9406 Trout Unlimited hails new, better day for fisheries conservation on the farm NRCS-funded projects deliver benefits for fish, farm and