Sportsmen's Conservation Project

  1. Montana's Smith River
    https://thuviendie.tu.org/tu-projects/montanas-smith-river

    Loved by anglers, floaters and families alike, the Smith River might be one of Montana's most iconic rivers.

    In short, Sheep Creek is the wrong place to put a copper mine. Trout Unlimited and our partners seek to protect both Sheep Creek and the Smith from potential impacts hard rock mining inherently brings.
  2. Lahontan Basin Trout Initiative
    https://thuviendie.tu.org/tu-projects/lahontan-basin-trout-initiative

    Goals

    The Lahontan Basin is an exceptional landscape that spans three western states: California, Oregon, and Nevada. Part of the Great Basin, this semi-arid region is rich in fish and wildlife and provides outstanding fishing, hunting and outdoor recreation opportunities.

    The Lahontan Basin is an exceptional landscape that spans three western states: California, Oregon, and Nevada. Part of the Great Basin, this semi-arid region is rich in fish and wildlife and provides outstanding fishing, hunting and outdoor recreation opportunities.

  3. O and C Lands
    https://thuviendie.tu.org/tu-projects/o-and-c-lands

    Goals

    O and C lands make up about two million acres of public grounds in Oregon - some of the best hunting and fishing known to sportsmen in that state.

    O and C lands make up about two million acres of public grounds in Oregon - some of the best hunting and fishing known to sportsmen in that state.

  4. Browns Canyon
    https://thuviendie.tu.org/tu-projects/browns-canyon

    Goals

    Browns Canyon is a prized wild trout fishery and critical backcou

  5. Dolores River
    https://thuviendie.tu.org/tu-projects/dolores-river

    Goals

    The Dolores River tumbles from the top of Lizard Head Pass above the town of Rico, down the valley through lush meadows and unique high-country aspen slopes, to the town of Dolores and into McPhee reservoir.  Along the way it is joined by the West Fork of the Dolores, which flows past the histori

  6. Yakima Basin
    https://thuviendie.tu.org/tu-projects/yakima-basin

    Goals

    From its source high in the Cascades, the Yakima River meets myriad streams and rivers as it makes its way through shrub-steppe desert to join the mighty Columbia River.

  7. Little Mountain
    https://thuviendie.tu.org/tu-projects/little-mountain

    Goals

    Trout Unlimited and the Greater Little Mountain Coalition are seeking long-term protection for the Little Mountain area, through the Bureau of Land Managment's Resource Management Plan revision, that will protect fish and wildlife while supporting responsible energy development. 

  8. Columbine Hondo Wilderness Study Area
    https://thuviendie.tu.org/tu-projects/columbine-hondo-wilderness-study-area

    Goals

    The Columbine Hondo is located at a critical juncture between existing wilderness areas (Latir Wilderness, Wheeler Peak Wilderness, Taos Pueblo tribal lands) and several well developed areas (Red River Ski Area, Taos Ski Valley, the villages of Questa, Red River, and San Cristobal, and the Chevro

  9. Valles Caldera
    https://thuviendie.tu.org/tu-projects/valles-caldera

    Goals

  10. Elk River
    https://thuviendie.tu.org/tu-projects/elk-river

    Goals

    The Elk River is a unique salmon and steelhead stronghold on the Pacific coast, a shimmering gem within a geographical region that has lost many of its original salmon and steelhead runs due to water development projects, antiquated logging practices and the loss of spawning and rearing habitat

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