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Check out this video of Laura Ziemer summarizing the many things in the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act that will be good for trout, salmon and watersheds. Her presentation starts at about eleven minutes into the video and it should … Continue reading
The deadline to apply for the Idaho State Council of Trout Unlimited graduate school scholarship is March 15, 2022. Information on the scholarship is on our education page at https://tuidaho.org/education/ with a link to the application form from that page. … Continue reading
For the sixth year Idaho Trout Unlimited presents the top ten stories affecting trout, salmon and steelhead and their watersheds in Idaho. You can find the previous top ten here for 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010 and 2009. There are always … Continue reading
Application deadline April 1, 2014. More information here.
For the fifth year running Idaho Trout Unlimited presents the top ten stories affecting trout, salmon and steelhead and their watersheds in Idaho. You can find the previous top ten here for 2012, 2011, 2010 and 2009. 1. Wildfire … Continue reading
Mark Davidson will pursue collaborative water projects with agriculture community Boise—Trout Unlimited today announced the hiring of Mark Davidson as TU’s new director of the Idaho Water Project. In the position, Davidson will oversee collaborative projects throughout Idaho that encourage smart water … Continue reading
Check out this video of the Hemingway Chapter project work day at Boxcar Bend on the Big Wood River!
The United States Geological Survey (USGS) has a website showing information collected from hydro-acoustic tags implanted in lake trout in Yellowstone Lake. The hydro-acoustic transmitters implanted in adult lake trout help to document movement patterns in Yellowstone Lake. “This will … Continue reading
The Hemingway chapter had a particularly productive summer, fall and winter of 2012-2013. Fish rescues, kids’ education, access maintenance, plus fishing outings kept the chapter busy. TU staffer Chad Chorney helped lead the charge by organizing an Adopt-A-Trout program in … Continue reading