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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.

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

Windy Gap Bypass in the Works

Known for carving majestic canyons, millions of years ago the headwaters of the mighty Colorado River carved through the rocks west

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

Hardrock Mining Bill Looks to Fund River Cleanup Costs

A bill introduced by Colorado and New Mexico legislators was introduced to Congress last week that would require a collection of

Behind the Fin: Allen Adinoff

Name: Allen Adinoff Chapter President for Cutthroat Chapter TU Member for 10 years Semi-retired allergy and asthma doctor Best Quote from Allen:

El Niño looks to revive the Colorado River Basin

Severe drought conditions have left the west starving for water. Reservoirs are dwindling down and the Colorado River is drying

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

A Trip To Zimmerman

Summer is ending, as we get ever closer to fall and winter our minds start to turn away from fishing

Animas River catastrophe a call to action on mine pollution

Photo courtesy NBC News Aug. 7, 2015 For Immediate Release Contact: Steve Kandell, skandell@tu.org, (970) 946-5801 Ty Churchwell, tchurchwell@tu.org, Jason

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