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Public Lands Thank You

Public Lands: Why our voices matter

Many anglers and hunters have been weighing in in opposition to proposals to sell or dispose of our federal public

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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

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2016 CTU Success Stories

2016 was a big year for Colorado TU, the last 11 months have seen challenges present themselves from protecting our

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Peaks to Plains Trail

By: David Amalong, Newsletter Editor for West Denver TU. This original article was posted in the Angler’s Edge newsletter by West Denver Trout Unlimited. The

Restoration on mine-impacted Kerber Creek.

TU’s Jason Willis Wins Watershed Award

Trout Unlimited’s Mine Restoration Field Manager, Jason Willis, was awarded with the 2016 Excellence in Project Implementation award from the

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Live Plants Mean Live Streams

A lot of the on-the-ground conservation work done by Trout Unlimited and its chapters involve planting willows or other stream-side

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Defending Colorado’s Water Quality

A trout’s most fundamental need is cold, clean water. Protecting that resource is a key part of Colorado Trout Unlimited’s

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TU’s Brian Hodge honored with Rise to the Future Award

Trout Unlimited biologist, Brian Hodge received the U.S. Forest Service’s Rise to the Future Award for his work restoring miles of

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Antiquities Act Report

The new Antiquities Act report features Colorado’s newest National Monument: Browns Canyon! The full report highlights five new national monuments.

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CPW Receives Prestigious Fisheries Award

On January 13, the American Fisheries Society presented the Aquatics Research Section of Colorado Parks and Wildlife with the prestigious Sport

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