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 able to raise $28,000 through fundraising efforts and grants from Trout Unlimited’s Embrace-A-Stream program and the Trout and Salmon Foundation to enhance a 600-foot section of the river.

https://www.jdnews.com/story/news/2020/08/10/davidson-river-restoration-effort-aims-to-improve-habitats-correct-logging-farming-damage/115014814

The project was also highlight in Trout Unlimited’s member magazine Trout in the fall 2020 edition:

About Trout and Salmon Foundation

Trout and Salmon Foundation was founded in 1969 to protect wild salmon and trout in North America. TSF enables and accelerates the work of local conservation organizations, landowners, and government agencies by providing grants to restore cold water fish habitat.

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.

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www.troutandsalmonfoundation.org

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