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By Chris Wood "You just want to nudge it. Too often restoration work is over-engineered. The key is to simply nudge the system in the right direction, and then allow for natural processes to occur.” Gary leaned back and looked upstream. A smile crept up. “I had two anglers who told me they caught [ READ MORE... ]
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By Chris Wood Someone recently said to me, “Trout Unlimited should get out of political issues such as climate change and focus instead on what it does best—fixing streams!” Here is a secret… everything we do at Trout Unlimited helps our rivers, streams and fisheries withstand the harmful effects [ READ MORE... ]
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Invasive lake trout have impacted the entire Yellowstone ecosystem. Photo by Chris Hunt A new report published by Science Advances and written by fisheries biologists—including the head fisheries manager in Yellowstone National Park—details the far-reaching impact invasive lake trout have on the [ READ MORE... ]
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By Chris Wood I was a clueless college graduate from New Jersey, standing alongside the Anchor River in Alaska, wondering what killed all the fish. Later, I learned about the remarkable life-cycle of salmon and how they return to the stream of their birth to have sex one time. Then, they die. And [ READ MORE... ]
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Mountaintop removal sites in West Virginia could be potential locations for solar power development.  By Larry Harris  The Appalachian Stewardship Foundation (ASF) is a 501c3 organization that funds projects in Appalachia that reduce greenhouse gases or restore streams damaged by mining or burning [ READ MORE... ]
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Students from Marine Park Intermediate School in Brooklyn By Chris Wood Lilli Genovesi is in the eye of the hurricane. How else could she—with her awesome partners at the New York Dept. of Environmental Protection, the Dept. of Environmental Conservation and local TU chapters—manage over 250 [ READ MORE... ]
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Urge the U.S. House to pass the Natural Resources Management Act: Act Now   By Chris Wood The U.S. Congress may surpass the Department of Motor Vehicles as the least-popular part of the government. Not today. Thanks to the bipartisan work of Sens. Lisa Murkowski (R-AK) and Maria Cantwell (D-WA), [ READ MORE... ]
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By Toner Mitchell Though it’s only been two years, it feels like forever since New Mexico had a winter. Throughout the last one (2017/2018), during which we sported short sleeves in February and fished dry flies in March, the peaks called to mind Hereford cows, mostly brown with white blotches here [ READ MORE... ]
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By Chris Wood "Good riddance. Think of all of the money we are saving.” I looked at Max in exasperation. He is one of the most hard-core sportsmen I know. I have hunted for whitetail with him in driving rainstorms in West Virginia, and stalked catfish on the Potomac using hummus-impregnated [ READ MORE... ]
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TU's government and policy staff. By Chris Wood Several of the bright lights in the Trout Unlimited policy world came into the intergalactic headquarters last week. Their recent accomplishments are pretty amazing. Dave Kinney of New Jersey helped organize efforts to pass and then fund legislation [ READ MORE... ]
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