Monthly Archives: December 2010
Check out this video from the recent annual meeting. Duke Welter provides an excellent update on the state of the grassroots.State of the grassroots
The collaborative work of the Montana Water Project is highlighted in this video produced by TU staffer Randy Scholfield. It shows in detail the tremendous good that can occur for native fish when agriculture and conservation interests work together to … Continue reading
Trout Unlimited was lucky enough to have member Mick McCorcle on hand in New Hampshire for this year’s annual meeting to take photographs.
As you may have noticed Trout magazine is now featuring pieces written by our readers who not only love the art of fishing but the art of writing as well, in the Voices from the River section. We have been … Continue reading
You have read about what it is like to fish on Spread Creek in the winter issue of Trout now take a look at this video to see what it is like.
Were you hoping for a little more insight into the mind of the great fly-fishing writer John Gierach? You’re in luck, we have an extended Q&A right here. Starting out, did you aspire to be a “serious” literary writer? Oh sure. … Continue reading
Kudos to TU’s Washington Water Project, which recently received a Partners in Conservation award from Interior Secretary Ken Salazar for “outstanding contributions to salmon recovery in Washington state” for their work with the Upper Columbia Salmon Recovery Board Implementation Team. The … Continue reading
The latest issue of Stream Explorers, Trout Unlimited’s magazine for kids, takes a look at salmon-rich Bristol Bay in Southwest Alaska, and what’s at stake if the proposed Pebble mine goes forward. The issue profiles three people who fish the … Continue reading
Two brothers from the San Francisco area who are biking from Alaska to Tierra del Feugo at the southernmost tip of South America have reached Santiago, Chile. The brothers, Seth and Parker Berling, are riding to raise awareness about the … Continue reading
Trout Magazine Story: Biotech Salmon Would Endanger Wild Salmon and Ecosystems TU is weighing possible litigation if the FDA approves the genetically modified salmon. Arlington, Va.— A Trout magazine story on the threats posed by genetically modified salmon—often called “Frankenfish,” … Continue reading