Sunday, 18 December 2016 12:52

Raising Gus - A public lands story

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The Eaton family headed out on a year-long journey fishing our public lands/waters throughout the country. In this video they share their experiences and talk about what public lands mean to them and their children.
Go to www.tu.org/publiclands to find out more.

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Sunday, 18 December 2016 12:48

Frank Moore | A public lands story

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Frank Moore, a World War II veteran and a legendary steward of the North Umpqua River, discusses his personal connection to America's public lands.

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Sunday, 18 December 2016 12:45

Wild Trout: A Montana Fish Story

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In the 1970’s, young Montana biologist Dick Vincent discovered that stocking hatchery-reared trout on top of wild trout populations in the Madison River actually suppressed trout fishing. Based on his research, the state of Montana prohibited stocking streams occupied by wild trout populations turning fisheries managers’ attention to restoring habitat quality after decades of pollution, damming, and drying up streams. The shift in focus to quality stream habitat changed the trajectory of Montana’s legendary trout fisheries from a steady decline to world class. Since Montana’s wild trout policy took hold, angler conservationists with Trout Unlimited and its partners have unleashed four decades of restoring streams and the quantity and quality of the cold, clean waters trout and anglers depend upon. Wild Trout: A Montana Fish Story chronicles Montana’s conversion to wild trout fisheries and the profound changes still evident in our beloved trout fisheries.

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Sunday, 18 December 2016 12:44

The Fix

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In Idaho’s Upper Salmon River Basin, the Yankee Fork has long-suffered as a river which is unable to recover from dredge-mining and timber harvest that occurred during the area’s gold-rush, around the turn of the 20th century. Join in watching this chronicle of how a large collaborative group, including TU, has been working since 2009 to restore the habitat that the Yankee Fork’s declining salmon, steelhead, and native fish populations need for survival.

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Sunday, 18 December 2016 08:59

Chris Wood - Our Public Lands Intro

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Trout Unlimited President/CEO Chris Wood talks about public lands.  See more of these Public Lands videos under Conservation

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Sunday, 17 April 2016 11:22

Truckee River Watershed

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A short video about the Truckee River Watershed

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Wednesday, 16 March 2016 10:00

The Trinity River - Leslie Ajari

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The steelhead and salmon runs of northern California are legendary. However, these runs are now a fraction of their former numbers. Drought, development, dams, and water diversions have all contributed to reducing populations and angling opportunities, especially in coastal streams north of San Francisco -- a region often referred to as the Lost Coast. Yet good fish habitat remains here, and some rivers continue to offer premier angling opportunities for wild steelhead. A coalition of sportsmen groups, conservation organizations, business and property owners, fisheries scientists, tribes, and community members along the Lost Coast has come together around a landmark proposal: to protect and restore the last, best wild steelhead and salmon habitat on public lands in Trinity, Humboldt, Del Norte, and Mendocino counties. The clean, cold water that flows from these lands and the sporting assets they provide are a key part of California’s unique outdoor heritage. Join us in this movement today, to protect and improve the best of what’s left for Lost Coast steelhead and salmon.

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Tuesday, 11 August 2015 09:51

Member Survey 2015

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