Tag Archives: Clean Water Act

Fishing … a great perspective builder

By Chris Wood Fishing is a great perspective builder.  So it was yesterday when Keith Curley, TU’s director of government affairs, and I snuck out of the office and biked eight miles down the Potomac River to cast flies for … Continue reading

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Worth more than gold…

Friends: If the White House and EPA do not initiate the process to protect Bristol Bay before the end of July, it is unlikely to get done in a first term of President Obama’s Administration; and that would come as … Continue reading

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Nothing’s more important than clean water …

… which is why we here at Trout Unlimited are scratching our heads at a U.S. House of Representatives vote today that essentially forbids the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers from implementing its guidance language for the Clean Water Act … Continue reading

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It’s all about water

As anglers, we get it. Clean water translates into quality fishing. Of course, it goes well beyond that–it also translates into safe drinking water, healthy communities and an overall healthy ecosystem. Why, then, would anyone intentionally attempt make it easier … Continue reading

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