With Embrace-a-Stream support, Garth Run work continues

“It’s a sign,” said Chubby Damron, showing off a photo of a brookie he caught 5 minutes earlier on Virginia’s Garth Run.  Chubby, president of TU’s Thomas Jefferson Chapter, had snuck away from our stream survey crew to “sample” a restored section of Garth Run further upstream. A trib
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Skyline Chapter partners with local colleges to clean streams

The Skyline Chapter of Trout Unlimited recently teamed up with students from local colleges to remove litter from two trout streams. On April 6th, seven TU volunteers and 26 Cadets from the Virginia Military Institute performed a cleanup of Back Run with support of the U.S. Forest Ser
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TIC teacher wins 2013 Presidential Innovation Award for Environmental Educators

A teacher from Wildwood Middle School in Shenandoah Junction, W.Va., is one of 11 recipients of the 2013 Presidential Innovation Award for Environmental Educators for her work with Trout in the Classroom in partnership with the Winchester Chapter of Trout Unlimited. Carolyn Thomas sta
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Hundreds of students release brook trout at Riverfest

The only thing  cooler than the 50-degree South River in downtown Waynesboro this past Saturday was the sight of hundreds of students, teachers, and parents releasing buckets of brook trout fingerlings that they had raised from eggs through the Trout in the Classroom program. The rele
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