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Blog Post BY mtdave ON December 14, 2017 - 0 COMMENTS
TU VSP Featured in Saving Land Magazine!
The TU Veterans Service Partnership is featured in an article in the Winter 2018 edition of the Land Trust Alliance publication Saving Land Magazine! 
Thank you to Bill Bean for the kudos to the TU Veterans Service Partnership in the Ravalli Republic!
On Veterans Day we honor our nation’s veterans, those who are serving and those who have served to protect the freedoms we all enjoy in the United States of America, the greatest country on earth.
The first ever TU Veterans Service Partnership/Higher Ground Sun Valley Train-the-Trainer volunteer training event was a tremendous success.  30 TU VSP leaders from Connecticut to Oregon converged in Sun Valley, ID from September 23-28 for 4 days of training in a variety of topics designed to inc
25 TU Veterans Service Partnership (TU VSP) leaders from around the country will converge in Sun Valley, Idaho today, 9/24, for the beginning of the 4 day TU VSP/Higher Ground Sun Valley Train the Trainer Symposium (T3).  The goal of the T3 is to provide education and information to VSP program l
Blog Post BY mtdave ON September 16, 2017 - 0 COMMENTS
2017 TAPS TU VSP Montana Men's Retreat!
For the 4th consecutive year, TU's Veterans Service Partnership partnered with the Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors (TAPS) to co-host the 2017 TAPS Montana Men's Retreat help at Parade Rest Ranc
Congratulations to North Sound TU and Chapter VSP Coordinator Cory Cuevas for putting together a GREAT fly fishing event for veterans, active duty military, spouses, and families!
The 2017 Veterans Service Partnership Couples Trip to Slough Creek and Yellowstone Park is in the books! Over the week-long trip, our 5 veteran couples and 5 volunteer guides shared what everyone agreed was the "trip of a lifetime!"  Each day, the stream dropped and cleared, and we enjoyed  excel
Today, our veteran couples took the morning off of fishing, put on their cowboy boots and hats, and did a horseback ride to Tucker Falls.  The Tucker ride is a full-day ride to a beautiful waterfall on Tucker Creek, a tributary of Slough Creek.
We had a great 4th of July/Independence Day celebration with our VSP couples and TU volunteers on Slough Creek in Yellowstone Park.