Latest Trout Unlimited Stories
TROUTVILLE, Va., March 23 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Roanoke Cement Company released 350 rainbow trout into a manmade quarry pond on their site late last Friday, in recognition of a new relationship with Trout Unlimited, a national organization dedicated to conserve, protect and restore North America's trout and salmon fisheries and their watersheds.
By AJ Panian When Lou Izzo landed 12 brook trout and watched 12 others jump his hook while fishing Mill Creek one day in July, he judged the Laurel Mountain watershed and Loyalhanna Creek tributary to be in pristine ecological health. "It's kind of like sending the canary through a coal mine.
By KARL MOFFATT; FOR By Karl Moffatt For The New Mexican The Rio Grande Cutthroat Restoration Project's goal is to reduce threats to the state trout's survival and improve its ability to prosper, says Kirk Patten, state fisheries biologist.
By KEN MIDKIFF Lately, just about every news story that has to do with drilling in ANWR, national forest protection, energy policy and other so- called conservation issues contains quotes of representatives from "environmental groups." This is done in the style of objective journalism, as if maybe, just maybe, there's another side to a story about decimation and destruction in the name of profit and in the interest of reporting both sides of the story.
By Chris Woodka, The Pueblo Chieftain, Colo. Jul. 8--Trout Unlimited is trying to raise money to improve fish habitat on the Arkansas River through Canon City.
By Slaughter, Richard A; Wiener, John D ABSTRACT: Water demand in a viable economy tends to be dynamic: it changes over time in response to growth, drought, and social policy. Institutional capacity to re-allocate water between users and uses under stress from multiple sources is a key concern.
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