Trout Unlimited and Wood River Land Trust recently released the results of their Big Wood River research project. The research project will guide future restoration decisions on the Big Wood River and is an excellent example of the type of research that supports many of the in-stream projects that receive grants from the Trout and Salmon Foundation.
In 2015, TSF made a grant to Trout Unlimited to support the first phase of the Big Wood River restoration project. Chris Chorney, TU’s Big Wood River Project Manager, told the Idaho Mountain Express, the first potential project to be identified using the study is to stabilize streambanks on an approximately half-mile section just upstream from the Big Wood River bridge north of St. Luke’s hospital.
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Trout and Salmon Foundation has donated more than $1.0 million to protect wild salmon and trout in North America. TSF seeks partnerships with local watershed organizations like Trout Unlimited that are directly engaged with habitat improvement and restoration in order to fund projects that improve and expand trout and salmon habitat. Applying for grants from Trout and Salmon Foundation is easy. Check out our grant criteria.
Trout and Salmon Foundation is a self-funding non-profit and 100% of all donations to TSF are used to fund habitat and restoration projects in trout and salmon waters across North America. TSF has funded more than 250 projects in more than 25 states. All donations to TSF are fully tax deductible. Donate here.