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Carl Haensel and Jade Thomason own and operate Namebini, in northern Minnesota. They offer guided fly fishing, forest and farm products and a variety of specialties. And, like a host of other Trout Unlimited Business members, they're concerned about changes to the Clean Water Rule proposed by the [ READ MORE... ]
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Bristol Bay bear family. Photo by Mitch Carpenter By Eric Booton The Draft Environmental Impact Statement for the proposed Pebble mine is unfortunately “light” on actual accurate scientific impacts of the project proposed in the sensitive headwaters of world-class fishing habitat in Bristol Bay. ( [ READ MORE... ]
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Bears Ears National Monument. BLM photo. By Scott Willoughby Sure, I’ve read “Desert Solitaire.” Odds are, so have you. It’s been 51 years now since Edward Abbey’s seminal portrayal of his beloved American Southwest was first published, meaning it has been about one year now since his kindred [ READ MORE... ]
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Photo courtesy Alpacka Raft   Alpacka Raft is a small, family-owned manufacturing company in Mancos, Colo. They make packrafts — tiny, portable boats designed for big adventures. Their staff of 25 in a rural Colorado town of roughly 1,400 builds the boats that define and refine the sport of [ READ MORE... ]
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Wenatchee River. Photo by Rene Rivers Please ask your Washington Senator to VOTE YES on Senate Bill 5322 This month, we have an opportunity to protect Washington's watersheds and endangered fish from a form of gold mining that’s sucking life out of our rivers. WA action.png [ READ MORE... ]
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The author, when he had mojo.   By Sam Davidson Mojo is a term of American origin that refers to a magic charm or spell. It also has come to mean, more broadly, a quality or ability that brings good fortune or helps one be good at something. It’s not uncommon that I hear anglers speaking of their [ READ MORE... ]
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I’ve said it before, I’ll say it again: One of the very best things about working in conservation is that you get to meet some truly outstanding human beings. Like Tim and Joan Flagler from Tightline Productions in Hunterdon County, NJ. These folks are the real deal. I knew this before I ever met [ READ MORE... ]
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The Ruby Mountains are an important refuge for wildlife in Nevada. The U.S Geological Survey has classified the area as having very low-to-no energy potential. Trout Unlimited photo. By Pam Harrington Special places bring people together. People with fond memories of hunting, fishing, birding, [ READ MORE... ]
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By Crystal Elliot What do watershed resilience, high-quality fish habitat and sustainable water supplies look like in the Intermountain West? Probably much like it did before western expansion and trapping decimated North American beaver populations in the 19th century. Once numbering in the [ READ MORE... ]
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At TU, we’re strong believers in public lands. We see these lands as a legacy for future generations and a keystone in our efforts to protect, reconnect, restore and sustain coldwater fisheries across America. These are your lands and waters, to hunt and fish and hike and enjoy within the limits [ READ MORE... ]
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