Trout Unlimited has argued for better conservation flows to protect aquatic habitat below all three dams, including the Green River Dam. That way, it is possible for the dam, and the reservoir, to remain.
A year after 85 river shelters were built, the results were clear. Numbers of young trout increased by almost 500%, and the abundance of adult trout nearly doubled in some locations. More efforts to protect the native fish are on the way.
A bill sent to the governor establishes a panel that will propose policies for regulating the diversion of water from Vermont’s rivers and streams.
While people are forming their resolutions for the New Year, our Connecticut River could use a few well intentioned pledges.
‘We’re trying to show people that going out and fishing for your dinner is almost the same as going to the farmers market and meeting the farmer who grew the zucchini you’re going to have for your dinner,’ an official said.
An increasing number of fish biologists have concluded that the introduction of fish bred in the hatchery can endanger the genetic health of fish bred the old-fashioned way.
Vermont's population of native brook trout is healthy but could be affected by a warming climate.
News Release -- Vermont Council of Trout Unlimited April 11, 2018 Contact: Vermont Council of Trout Unlimited 802-498-7570 Moretown - Trout Season begins this Saturday April 14th. In the spirit of […]
Trout Unlimited and VNRC say Morrisville Water and Light's 10 foot water drawdowns for a dam on the reservoir are harmful.
Quimby Country, the oldest operating sportsman’s camp in Vermont, is getting ready to close the doors on its 118th season.
The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department and Trout Unlimited have partnered to improve trout habitat in the Nulhegan River watershed in Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom.