Update: Mill Creek (ID) reconnect project completed

In 2014, Trout and Salmon Foundation funded the Mill Creek reconnect and habitat restoration project in partnership with Snake River Cutthroat Chapter of Trout Unlimited and Idaho Trout Unlimited. The project was completed during the summer of 2015 and reconnects Mill Creek with Big Creek (tributaries to the Pahsimeroi River in Central Idaho) and restores riparian and instream habitat in…

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Update: Little Lyman Run (PA) Culvert Replacement Completed

In 2015, TSF supported a plan by Trout Unlimited to install fish habitat structures and bank stabilization measures on 600 feet of Little Lyman Run. The project is planned in conjunction with a culvert replacement projected that was recently completed. There is an excellent overview of the culvert replacement project on TU’s website. The Little Lyman Run habitat work…

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Video Update: Blackstone Brook Culvert Project Complete!

In 2015, Trout and Salmon Foundation helped Atlantic Salmon Federation fund the Blackstone Brook Fish Passage Project that reconnects an extensive portion of the Blackstone Brook drainage with the main stem of the Piscataquis River in central Maine by removing a gory 12×20 concrete box culvert and replacing it with a 42 foot steel bridge.   Poor fish passage at dams,…

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Update: Seneca Valley Chapter of TU Little Beaver Creek (MD) Project

In 2014, TSF made a grant to Trout Unlimited and Seneca Valley Chapter of Trout Unlimited to stabilize stream banks and improve habitat on Little Beaver Creek (MD). The project was completed in the summer of 2015. The before and after pictures are dramatic and are available on our picture gallery. Area partners have worked together since 2003 to repair stream…

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Update: Trout Unlimited Rainey Creek (ID) Diversion Project

In 2014, Trout and Salmon Foundation made a grant to Trout Unlimited to support completion of the Biddulph Diversion project on Rainey Creek. Rainey Creek is a native Yellowstone Cutthroat fishery and one of the four big spawning and rearing tributaries to the South Fork of the Snake River. The Biddulph Diversion project included building a new concrete fish screen box along with a…

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Standard Journal Highlights Henry’s Fork Foundation Harriman Canal Project

The Rexburg Standard Journal (Idaho) published news of TSF’s investment in Henry’s Fork Foundation’s efforts to restore and repair Harriman Canal. In 2015, TSF made a $5,000 grant to Henry’s Fork Foundation for repair of the canal and to install a fish screen at the point of diversion from the Henry’s Fork of the Snake River. HFF Executive Director Brandon Hoffner is…

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Update: Big Blackfoot Chapter Completes Project on Trail Creek

In 2015, Trout and Salmon Foundation made a grant to the Big Blackfoot Chapter of Trout Unlimited to upgrade an irrigation diversion on Trail Creek (Montana) in the Clearwater River drainage near Seeley Lake. An old wooden dam was removed and replaced with a rock cross-vane that allows fish movement and continued irrigation of a nearby property. A fish screen…

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Big Wood River Study Guides Restoration Work by Trout Unlimited

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…

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Video Update: Au Sable River Property Owners Association Cedar Planting Program on Au Sable and Manistee Rivers

In 2014, TSF made a grant to Au Sable River Property Owners Association to support their long term effort, through Cedars for the Au Sable, to plant northern white-cedars along the Au Sable and Manistee Rivers in Michigan. This volunteer-driven project has planted nearly 20,000 native northern-white cedars on private and public land over the last 18 years. The…

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Yellowstone Park Foundation Working to Save Native Yellowstone Cutthroat from Invasive Lake Trout

In 2015, Trout and Salmon Foundation made a grant to support Yellowstone Park Foundation’s efforts to control the Lake Trout population in Yellowstone Lake. Lake Trout are an invasive species and are the primarily culprit in the decline of native Yellowstone cutthroat trout. The decline of the Yellowstone cuttie has had significant impacts on the broader Yellowstone Lake food…

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