Trout Unlimited Tribasin Project Reconnects 21 Miles of Native Cutthroat Habitat

Together with Trout Unlimited and a long list of additional partners, Trout and Salmon Foundation supported the reconnection of 21 miles of prime spawning habitat for native cutthroat trout. The Jackson Hole News and Guide (Wyoming) recently published a story on the success of the project: “By fundraising and investing about $375,000, Trout Unlimited managed to install a bridge…

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Davidson River Project Succeeds in Protecting Wild Trout Populations

Trout and Salmon Foundation partnered with the Pisgah and Rocky Rivers chapters of Trout Unlimited to fund habitat improvements for wild trout and other aquatic species. The project was covered in a story in the The Daily News (North Carolina). “The Pisgah Chapter of Trout Unlimited initiated the Davidson River Habitat Enhancement Project about 18 months ago and was…

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Battenkill Home Rivers Initiative Project to Benefit Wild Brown Trout

Trout and Salmon Foundation provided support to Battenkill Watershed Alliance and Trout Unlimited to complete a successful habitat restoration on the Battenkill River in Southwest Vermont to benefit wild brown trout. “A year after building 85 of these structures, the results were clear. Numbers of young trout increased by almost 500%, and the abundance of adult trout nearly doubled…

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Trout and Salmon Foundation Announces 2020 Grants to Support Habitat Improvement Projects in Cold Water Trout and Salmon Fisheries

September 18, 2020 Trout and Salmon Foundation (“TSF”) announced the 2020 grant recipients approved at TSF’s annual board meeting. TSF awarded almost $70,000 in grants to 18 community-based watershed organizations across North America.  “Trout and Salmon Foundation’s grants will support our partners in reconnecting more than 100 miles of trout and salmon waters, developing critical spawning and rearing habitat…

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Trout Unlimited Highlights 40 Years of Partnership with Trout and Salmon Foundation

Trout Unlimited’s blog recently highlighted a number of TU projects around the United States supported by grants from Trout and Salmon Foundation. The blog post also discusses nearly 40 years of partnership between Trout Unlimited and Trout and Salmon Foundation….a short snippet from the blog post: “Since its founding in 1972, the foundation has contributed to 175 TU projects…

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Camden Creek Habitat Restoration Project to Benefit Wild Trout Spawning Habitat

Shushan, NY The Trout and Salmon Foundation was pleased to check in on an exciting habitat restoration project on New York’s Battenkill River watershed.  Bill Bullock, Vice Chair of the Trout and Salmon Foundation visited with Jacob Fetterman,Trout Unlimited’s Project Coordinator of the Battenkill Home Rivers Initiative, to get an update on this important habitat project on one of…

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Trout and Salmon Foundation Publishes First Annual Impact Report

Trout and Salmon Foundation’s first Annual Impact Report provides supporters and friends of TSF with a detailed understanding of the results achieved by annual grant recipients over the prior year and detail on current year grant recipients. TSF Annual Impact Report 2019 Harry Hanson, Chairman of Trout and Salmon Foundation, said “Results are part of our Core Values. 100%…

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Trout and Salmon Foundation Celebrates 50th Anniversary and Announces 2019 Grants to Support Habitat Improvement Projects in Cold Water Trout and Salmon Fisheries

September 21, 2019 Salida, Colorado – Trout and Salmon Foundation (“TSF”) announced its 2019 grant recipients approved at TSF’s annual board meeting.  “Over the past 50 years TSF has granted more than $1.5 million to enable our partners to complete cold water habitat improvement projects in trout and salmon waters from coast-to-coast,” said Harry Hanson, Trout and Salmon Foundation…

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Downeast Salmon Federation Highlights Success of Peter Gray Hatchery Project

Since 2015, Trout and Salmon Foundation has supported the operations of the Peter Gray Hatchery, operated by the Downeast Salmon Federation on Maine’s East Machias River, that aims to restore wild Atlantic salmon populations.  The project is based on successful salmon restoration methods designed by Peter Gray on the River Tyne and incorporates innovative rearing conditions in a purpose-built…

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Trout and Salmon Foundation Announces 2018 Grants

September 22, 2018 Trout and Salmon Foundation Announces 2018 Grants to Support Habitat Improvement Projects in Cold Water Trout and Salmon Fisheries Missoula, Montana – Trout and Salmon Foundation (“TSF”) announced its 2018 grant recipients approved at TSF’s annual board meeting.  “TSF’s grants serve as critical private funds that enable our partners to access significant matching funds for cold…

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