Monthly Archives: November 2008

Hydrofracturing requires water – lots and lots of water

Natural gas developers, like the ones filing permits to drill in the Marcellus shale region of the Northeast, use a process called hydrofracturing to extract gas. The process will mean water withdrawals of up to 3 to 9 million gallons … Continue reading

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2008 TU Photo Contest Finalists

For the second annual TU photo contest, we had hundreds of entrants. Here are the finalists. First place Cari Crezee, Ogden, Utah

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Welcome to the Trout Unlimited Blog

Hello anglers and conservationists. Welcome to Trout magazine’s new blog. We’ll be posting supplemental information about pressing conservation issues and hopefully start some good conversations about the latest fly-fishing news. So check back often and let us know what you … Continue reading

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