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River Rising: the Denver South Platte

Ronnie Crawford first discovered the urban fishery of the South Platte by accident around 15 years ago. He was taking

Bringing in a New Audience

As TU leaders, we recognize the importance of diversity among our membership – not just in the sense of racial

Preventing Aquatic Nuisance Species

Aquatic nuisance species (ANS) pose a significant threat to Colorado’s waterways.  These species can cause considerable damage to water infrastructure,

Behind the Fin: Anna Drexler-Dreis

Join us “behind the fin” with TU volunteer Anna Dexler-Dreis from Grand County. How long have you been a TU

Rocky Mountain Flycasters Youth Day Camp

By: Dennis Cook, Rocky Mountain Flycasters Chapter of TU, and Dan Omasta, Colorado TU Many youngsters want – but often

The Rivers Need People Like You!

by Randy Scholfield With grim news of changing climate—scientists say the impacts are visible everywhere now—and an administration with its

Backpacking for Greenbacks

By Dan Omasta (All photos courtesy of Helen H. Richardson/The Denver Post) It was turning out to be another beautiful

Jeff Florence

Jeff Florence Farewell

There are a range of feelings I have when it comes to announcing my farewell. Excitement for future opportunities, nervousness

Playing the Long Game

As anglers, we are all familiar with the reasons behind keeping our rivers and lakes healthy.  As a community that

Mine Reclamation Updates

Site Location Update Lower Creek Boulder, CO, near Jamestown, CO Lead levels in the stream beds have decreased since the

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