Monthly Archives: December 2009

What Happened in Copenhagen?

The climate change conference in Copenhagen, Denmark, one of the biggest gatherings of world leaders to ever occur outside of New York, came to a rousing conclusion last Friday and Saturday.  If you didn’t catch my first post on Copenhagen … Continue reading

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Off-Road Vehicles Ravage Virginia’s Dry River

In the winter issue of Trout, David Hart wrote about TU’s conservation work in the Shenandoah Headwaters, fragile brook trout habitat in western and southern Virginia. One of the tributaries Hart reported on was Dry River near Harrisonburg, Va., which … Continue reading

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TU Earns a Joint Resolution

It’s not every day that Trout Unlimited earns a joint resolution from the Department of the Interior and the Department of Agriculture. You can read about the resolution, congratulating TU for 50 years of conservation success, in the winter edition … Continue reading

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Two Brothers’ Trans-Continental Bike Trip for Bristol Bay

You can read about Seth Berling and Parker Berling’s planned bike trip in the winter issue of Trout, but read about their misadventures and the crazy characters they’ve met thus far on their blog, and check out their photos. The … Continue reading

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Bonnevilles Rebound in Utah

As you’ll read in the winter issue of Trout, Bonneville cutthroats have rebounded in a big way since 1974, when TU volunteer Don Duff discovered a remnant population of the fish, which many believed to be extinct. Learn more about … Continue reading

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Winter 2010 Trout Magazine Now Online

The winter issue of Trout is now online. Your print version of the magazine is on its way to your mailbox (you should receive it before January 1st) but if you just can’t wait to read about TU’s work on … Continue reading

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A call for conservation in Colorado

To meet projected Front Range growth, Denver is pushing for expanded diversions of water from the upper Colorado River basin, which already is being hammered by Denver Water’s diversions. In a recent guest commentary in the Denver Post, TU Colorado Water … Continue reading

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Copenhagen and Climate Change: Why it matters to TU

If you read the newspaper or turn on the TV or surf the internet, you’ve probably heard there’s a pretty big gathering of government officials occurring over in Copenhagen, Denmark.  President Obama is scheduled to join the negotiations on the … Continue reading

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TU and Climate Change in Georgia

A note from the Oconee River Chapter of Trout Unlimited: On November 16, 2009, TU’s newly hired Fellow on Climate Change, Scott Laeser, spoke for nearly two hours to the Oconee River Chapter Trout Unlimited in Athens, Ga. Scott’s presentation … Continue reading

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TU’s Tom Reed featured in New York Times story on Montana wilderness bill

Tom Reed, Trout Unlimited’s off-road vehicle director and a backcountry coordinator in Montana, is featured in a New York Times feature on the Forest Jobs and Recreation Act, which would create the first new wilderness in Montana in a generation. … Continue reading

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