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Behind the Fin: Wil Huett

How long have you been a TU member? Hard to answer. In the late 1970’s-early 80’s I was attending meetings

2016 Annual Report

The 2016 Colorado TU Annual Report is now available! This year we broke it down basin-by-basin to show that no

TU hails Long Draw settlement and native trout benefits

Agreement includes largest native trout restoration in Colorado history The U.S. Forest Service this week finalized a litigation settlement that

Rocky Mountain National Park Sees Record Visitation

Rocky Mountain National Park (RMNP) set a record attendance in 2016 with over 4.5 million visits to the park. An

Current Snowpack Above Average

After a slow start to the snowy weather, the mountains are experiencing a pattern of snow storm after snow storm.

Settlement Reached on Big Thompson Fish Kill

Colorado Parks and Wildlife has accepted a settlement of $207,000 from American Civil Contractors (ACC) for the accidental fishkill on

North St. Vrain Creek Restoration

Almost three years ago in September of 2013, floods all over the front range swept through usually tame creeks and

C-BT and the Colorado River

For over six million years, the Colorado River flowed from the Never Summer mountains in what is now Rocky Mountain

Snowpack and Our Rivers

By: Danielle Adams For Colorado, the snowpack levels don’t only affect recreation, they affect our way of life. While the accumulation may

Colorado’s Gold Medal Waters

Recently on our Facebook page we posted about Colorado’s Gold Medal waters. Colorado is home to 322 miles of Gold

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