• $1,500 grant to the Colorado Council of Trout Unlimited to assist the cost of producing its film on the Two Forks Dam Project, an effort to preserve approximately 7 miles of the South Fork of the South Platte River.
  • $1,600 to the KIAP-TU-WISH (Wisconsin) Chapter of Trout Unlimited for its program jointly with the Wisconsin DNR Quality Trout Fishing Research Project No.111 directed to the evaluation of catch and release regulations for managing stream trout fisheries.
  • $1,000 to the Falling Spring (Pennsylvania) Chapter of Trout Unlimited to purchase equipment and materials for “The Falling Spring Fish Habitat Project,” a stream improvement project near Chambersburg, Pennsylvania.
  • $2,200 to the Michigan State University’s Department of Fisheries and Wildlife as partial funding in the pilot channel of the artificial stream regarding interactions between juvenile coaster brood trout and juvenile coho salmon.
  • $3,000 to the Education Foundation of the Western Michigan Environmental Action Council to be utilized for legal fees relative to litigation in projects involving Western Michigan’s fisheries.
  • $3,000 to National Trout Unlimited towards publication costs of TU’s Chapter and Council Handbook.
  • $2,200 to National Trout Unlimited to fund publication of its Water Quality Surveillance Manuals.