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by Brett PrettymanOctober 1, 2020 Trees fell all over the cemetery in Green River, Wyo., after a freak September gale. Thankfully, TU can put the downed wood to use restoring the banks of the Green River.Brad Raney/City of Green River.   When an early snow storm with hurricane-force winds [ READ MORE... ]
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The Wyoming Trout Unlimited Fall 2020 newsletter "Trout Tale" is now available for you to "wade" through at your convenience between angling and hunting adventures. You can read about the outstanding work being done around Wyoming by volunteers, staff and conservation partners. Click on the link [ READ MORE... ]
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Author: Olivia Kennah, SweetwaterNOW GREEN RIVER — When a major snow and wind storm ravaged Green River on September 7 and 8, the city was left with an estimated $1 million in damages, including several of the city’s trees being blown over. Though the impacts of the storm on the city have been [ READ MORE... ]
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Together, we’ll help protect the special places we love.     Introducing:  Hillary Walrath Hometown/current town: Green River, Wyo. What’s your history with conservation?  My mother worked for the Forest Service and my father did seasonal forestry work, so I grew up learning how important  [ READ MORE... ]
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The Wyoming Council of Trout Unlimited is pleased to announce they are holding a sweepstakes drawing for a “classic” Sage rod and Abel reel package that includes a rod for every fishing experience — from small stream trout to big tarpon! The retail value of this package is over $6,700.00. One lucky [ READ MORE... ]
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Click on the link to read Summer 2020 Newsletter! https://issuu.com/wytunewsletter/docs/wytu_2020_summer_newsletter?fbclid...
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National Trout Unlimted leaders announced on June 1 that chapters were permitted to organize chapter gatherings where state and local rules allow, and as long as proper precautions are taken to protect one another. Wyoming TU volunteers wasted no time, and are already back to work restoring some of [ READ MORE... ]
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By Liz Rose It’s not every day the governor visits your local public lands or your backyard trout streams, so last week was something special for community members and sporting/conservation organizations who have long known the value of the Greater Little Mountain Area in southwest Wyoming. Gov. [ READ MORE... ]
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Sadie is president of the Seedskadee Chapter of TU in Rock Springs, Wyoming. The entire leadership of the chapter is young compared to other chapters and Sadie leads the way in organizing new events and keeping members excited about conservation and fishing. Introducing: Sadie St. Clair-Valdez ( [ READ MORE... ]
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Whether or not they publicly admit it, every angler has a home river or stream — the place they think of first when even the slightest of openings appear on the calendar. The Green River below Flaming Gorge Dam in northeastern Utah is 200 miles from my front door but it is my home river. My first [ READ MORE... ]
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