$2,000 to the Aldo Leopold Chapter of Trout Unlimited for restoration efforts on Bear Creek, Sauk County, Wisconsin.
$2,000 to the Snake River Cutthroats Chapter of Trout Unlimited for materials purchased needed to construct the in stream V-Weirs for water control for the Diamond Creek project in South East Idaho . A Yellowstone Cutthroat Trout restoration project.
$1,000 to the Snowy Mountain chapter of Trout Unlimited for the restoration project on the Big Spring Creek which runs through the town of Lewistown in Central Montana.
$1,500 to the Bitter Root Chapter of Trout Unlimited for the Piquett and Martin Creek Road decommissioning projects in Montana.
$2,000 to the Lakeshore Chapter of Trout Unlimited for materials to be used for stream restoration work on the Weber Easement on the Onion River in South Western Sheboygan County, Wisconsin.
$1,500 to the Conservation Resource Alliance to support the first phase of critically important suite of cold water restoration projects on the Upper Manistee River, Michigan.
$3,000 to the Utah Water Project,Bear River Home Rivers Initiative, and Cache Angers,all Trout Unlimited entities,to restore summer flows to the Little Bear River in Northern Utah.
$2,000 to the Trout Unlimited Shenandoah Valley Chapter of TU to restore 600 linear feet of Coyner Springs flowing through Waynesboro, Virginia for habitat improvement for Native Brook Trout.
$2,500 to the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries & Wildlife to purchase construction materials for removing migration impediments on Aldrich Brook for Eastern Brook Trout and other native fish.
$2,500 to Trout Unlimited Concord, New Hampshire for the Westfield River Crossing Improvement Project increasing migrant connectivity for Atlantic Salmon and Eastern Brook Trout.
$3,000 to the Henry’s Fork Foundation, based in Ashton Idaho, to complete the Chester Dam Fish Ladder & Fish Trap Project.
$1,000 to Montana Trout Unlimited for materials for the Browns Gulch Fish Passage Demonstration Project , an important spawning tributary for native Westslope Cutthroat Trout.
$2,500 to the Elliott Donnelley & Fred Waara Chapters of Trout Unlimited to assist in funding Phase Two of the Escanaba River Watershed Partnership Project in the Upper Peninsula, Michigan.
$1,500 to the Wisconsin Clear Water Chapter Trout Unlimited for materials to help construct habitat structure for the first phase of the Wilson Creek Watershed Restoration project.
$1,000to the Oregon State Council of Trout Unlimited to assist with the completion of the Upper Young’s River Resident Cutthroat Trout Passage & Habitat Restoration Project for native coastal Cutthroat Trout.
$3,000 to The Nature Conservancy in Idaho to construct off river watering sites that will lead to additional improvements to Chinook Salmon spawning habitat in the Lemni River.
$3,000 to Cal Trout for the ongoing restoration of Carbon Flats on Hat Creek in California