TU– A Great River Advocacy Organization…For Tobacco Chewers?

In its July Water Issue, Outside magazine names TU as one of the nation’s top river advocacy organizations, along with American Rivers, Save Our Wild Salmon, Waterkeeper Alliance and American Whitewater.

The sidebar on page 95 says this:  “TU originated in Michigan 50 years ago and now has 400 chapters. The current focus is on restoring native fish–Atlantic salmon, westslope cutthroat, golden trout–to native habitats. BEST FOR:  Tobacco chewers.”

Tobacco chewers? We were a little stumped. So, we ask you, TU members, to weigh in on this one. What do you think about this distinction? We would love to hear what you have to say.

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