Monthly Archives: November 2011

Radio Campaign Touts Southeast Alaska Salmon Fishery

Trout Unlimited and the Sitka Conservation Society partnered on a series of radio ads recently to draw attention to the importance of wild salmon to the economy, culture and lifestyles of Southeast Alaskans. Southeast Alaska is home to the world’s … Continue reading

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Million Pipeline Deserves a Million Thumbs Down

A proposal by developer Andrew Million to transfer billions of gallons of water from the Green River to Colorado’s Front Range has caught the eye, and ire, of Utah flycaster Lance Egan. Egan, one of Utah’s most accomplished anglers, speaks of … Continue reading

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Southeast Alaska Enjoys Record Salmon Harvest

(photo by Dave Faulk) Ever hear the phrase, “salmon forest?” If not, think Southeast Alaska. This remote part of the United States is cloaked with a lush temperate rain forest called the Tongass that produces some of the most bountiful … Continue reading

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Best Wild Place No. 1: Colorado’s White River

TU’s Best Wild Places partnership with Field and Stream is in its second year, and the list of Best Wild Places has been announced. Kirk Deeter, field editor for F&S, has posted two days of travelog material from Colorado’s White … Continue reading

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Best Wild Places 2011 … Sneak preview

TU and Field and Stream will announce the 2011 Best Wild Places on Tuesday, Nov. 8, but, if you can’t wait to find out which locations made the cut, you’ve come to right place. First on this year’s list is … Continue reading

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