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Congress sends sportsmen a strong budget bill for Christmas

Last week, congressional leaders agreed to a bipartisan omnibus appropriations bill for fiscal year 2016. By and large, Trout Unlimited

Colorado Introduces It’s First Ever Water Plan

In 139 years of Colorado being a state, it had never had a water plan- until today. On Thursday, November

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

Proper Fish Handling Techniques

That 20″ Rainbow you’ve been going for all day has just been netted. You hand the camera to a buddy, grab

Learning by Doing Seeks Coordinator

The Learning by Doing (LBD) Cooperative Effort represents a unique partnership program between East and West Slope stakeholders in Colorado.

Rocky Mountain Flyathlon

On paper, there is nothing exceptional about Middle Creek. It is not Wild or Scenic, nor has it been bestowed

New Clean Water Rule

On June 17th, 2015 the Denver Post posted Colorado Trout Unlimited executive director David Nickum’s, and Rocky Mountain Farmers Union president

Ask Congress to Protect Our Headwaters

On May 27, the EPA and Army Corps of Engineers issued new Clean Water rules that restore long-standing protections to

Wake-up call for Colorado River users

As the California drought continues, Colorado River water users are reminded of the importance of working together to effectively address

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CTU Welcomes New Water Policy Intern!

Howdy y’all!  My name is Zach DeWolfe and I am currently wrapping up my senior year at Metropolitan State University

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