Sacramento River Basin Project Update

For one of our 2010 Conservation Efforts, Orvis teamed with American Rivers to help restore trout-spawning habitat in California’s Sacramento River Basin. Outdated flood and water-management systems have resulted in the loss of important meadow wetlands that purify and store water and the watershed. . .

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The Great Lakes Under Siege

ESPN’s “Outside the Lines” did an excellent segment on the threats posed by Asian carp to Great Lakes fisheries. Although only bass-and-walleye types are interviewed here, it’s clear that salmon, trout, and steelhead populations would be gravely affected if the voracious carp. . .

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Training Alaska’s Next Generation of Conservationists

Last summer, nine youngsters from the Bristol Bay region of Alaska took part in the second annual Bristol Bay Fly Fishing & Guide Academy, sponsored in part by Trout Unlimited Alaska and the Nushagak-Mulchatna Wood-Tikchick Land Trust. The idea behind the school. . .

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Trout Unlimited Podcast – The Western Water Project

Chris Wood, Trout Unlimited’s President and CEO, interviews Scott Yates, TU’s Director of the Western Water Project. Together, they discuss the various water challenges that exist in various Western states and talk about how TU works to achieve a balance that is good for landowners and fish.

From river flows to irrigation, their conversation touches on some of the hottest current water debates in the West.

Click the play button below to listen to this episode and go to orvis.com/podcast to subscribe to future episodes!

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An Inside Look at Conservation Policy

The most visible conservation efforts usually involve heavy equipment creating habitat or a group of TU members planting bushes or pickup up trash along a stream. But most of these on-the-water efforts start as strategies developed by scientists and policy-makers—perhaps hundreds of miles away…

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