Colorado TU Membership Survey
With over 10,000 Trout Unlimited members across the state, together we represent a strong voice for river conservation. We are hoping to strengthen that voice by better understanding what is important to our members as individuals and as parts of the whole that is Colorado TU. We have compiled a Membership Survey with questions ranging from your favorite river basins to the kinds of work, from water issues to public lands, that interest you most. We want to know why you became a TU member, if there are ways you’d like to get more involved, and more. Completing the survey should take less than 5 minutes of your time and will help us better tailor our communications to you.
Please consider taking a few minutes today to offer your feedback. Thank you!
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