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Volunteers from the Snake River Cutthroats (Idaho Falls), Star Valley (Wyoming), and Jackson Hole Trout Unlimited chapters braved cold in mid-October 2017 to plant willows, mulch and seed. Kris Millgate/Tight Line Media. Partners in the Tincup Creek Stream Restoration Project in eastern Idaho near [ READ MORE... ]
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Jerry Myers gives his grandchild Elkan a perfect perch to enjoy fishing with his grandpa. Courtesy Jerry Myers. By Jerry Myers I am an Idaho salmon and steelhead angler edging into my 6th decade. What I am witnessing this year feels uncomfortably similar to the despair of the mid 1970s and early [ READ MORE... ]
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  Recognizing Trout Unlimited’s amazing chapters, volunteers and partners is one of the most important parts of our organization’s annual meeting.   This year in Redding, California, two chapters, five volunteers and four partners were singled out for their contributions to Trout Unlimited efforts [ READ MORE... ]
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Trout Unlimited staffer Matt Green at the oars in a boat his father built. Courtesy Matt Green. By Peter Anderson We live in distressingly fractured times, but Trout Unlimited has worked for years to heal divisions that unfortunately spring up in our community. There is a watchword for how we work [ READ MORE... ]
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A father and his daughter work to plant willows along the Esther Simplot Park in Boise, Idaho. David Garman photo.   By Kira Finkler Some say families that get dirty together stay together. If that is indeed the case my family will be a tight-knit bunch for a long time.   On a recent cool and [ READ MORE... ]
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Snake River steelhead, an Endangered Species Act listed species, will benefit from a collaboration of groups in Idaho that once worked against each other. Trout Unlimited photo. By Kira Finkler Looking around the West, it is easy to find watersheds where people are fighting over too little water. [ READ MORE... ]
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Helping organize rallies, like this one at the Idaho State Capitol, to show elected officials how sportsmen and sportswomen feel about legislation is an important part of the politics of conservation. Trout Unlimited photo. By Brett Prettyman Waders and work boots are the uniforms people typically [ READ MORE... ]
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By Randy Scholfield It might be hard to put fishing and farming together in your mind—but in fact, the health of our nation’s trout rivers and streams is directly related to the health of our agricultural land and water. Think about it: Those same creeks and watersheds that feed agricultural crops [ READ MORE... ]
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by Laura Ziemer The future of the West is inextricably linked to its water. The early pioneers first found a spring, stream, or dug a well, and then built their homestead—not the other way around. Although the scale is different today, water security and drought resilience are still fundamental to [ READ MORE... ]
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An angler soaks up the moment at the end of a day fishing the Henry's Fork in eastern Idaho. Steve Schmidt photo. Editor's Note - Wednesday morning the bill was dropped from consideration during the 2018 Idaho Legislative Session. Here's a reaction from Trout Unlimited's Michael Gibson, who serves [ READ MORE... ]
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