Author Archives: Ashlynn Goody

Turning a River Right – Prichard Creek

The Coeur d’Alene Project Manager, Erin Plue, is excited for the upcoming restoration of Prichard Creek which feeds into the North Fork of the Coeur d’Alene River. This project is highly anticipated by local stakeholders and fisheries managers. This waterbody … Continue reading

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Matt Green Awarded Aquatic Habitat Award

Trout Unlimited lies deep in the fishing culture throughout the United States. We are one of many organizations that’s mission involves bettering the streams and rivers of America. Every day, we work with partners from our hometowns, from across the … Continue reading

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Indian Creek Irrigation Project

Written by Matt Green-Trout Unlimited-Idaho Water and Habitat ProgramUpper Salmon Project Manager Jerry Myers is a former Trout Unlimited project manager that lives along Indian Creek, a tributary to the Salmon River. Located in the remote Salmon River Mountains of … Continue reading

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Work With Trout Unlimited – Idaho

Trout Unlimited has established this paid internship program for a college students to learn about, contribute to, and participate in many aspects of Trout Unlimited’ s priorities, programs and projects in Idaho. Trout Unlimited’ s goal is to provide work … Continue reading

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Turning a River Right Side Up to Help Salmon, Steelhead, and Trout – The Yankee Fork

The Yankee Fork of the Salmon River, located northeast of the town of Stanley, has been highly impacted by legacy mining and timber harvest activities. Cassi Wood, TU’s Central Idaho Project Manager, in coordination with several partners, has been implementing … Continue reading

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