2019

American Rivers: $4,000 to support the removal of Patton Dam on Chest Creek (Pennsylvania) and to open up 38 miles of habitat for wild brook trout.  https://www.americanrivers.org/ Appalachian Mountain Club: $4,000 to decommission a culvert on the West Branch of the Pleasant River (Maine) and reopen nearly five miles of stream to benefit native brook trout. http://www.outdoors.org/ Clear Water…

Read More

2018

Conservation Resource Alliance: $5,000 to remove the Syers Lake Dam and replace it with an appropriately sized structure to accommodate a more natural stream flow and passage for native brook trout and aquatic species in Syers Creek (Michigan), a tributary of the Little Manistee River.  https://www.rivercare.org/ Appalachian Mountain Club: Appalachian Mountain Club: $4,000 to replace a culvert on the…

Read More

2017

Conservation Resource Alliance: $3,000 to assist in reducing stream bank erosion and sediment delivery to the stream, diversify instream habitat while maintaining navigability in the Pine River (Michigan). https://www.rivercare.org/ Trout Unlimited, Mountain Bridge Chapter: $5,000 to remove a dam and pond at the headwaters of Matthews Creek (South Carolina) and reconnect a mountain bog to the lower portions of…

Read More

2016

Conservation Resource Alliance: $2,000 to install and manipulate large woody debris on Big Sable River (Michigan) to diversify instream habitat while maintaining navigability and reducing bank erosion. https://www.rivercare.org/ Atlantic Salmon Federation: $2,000 to remove Coopers Mill Dam and portions of Head Tide Dam on Sheepscot River (Maine) to open up access to 71 miles of river for Atlantic salmon,…

Read More

2015

Montana Trout Unlimited: $2,000 to help fund the final phase of restoration of Poindexter Slough (Montana), a nationally known spring creek-like fishery next to the Beaverhead River. http://montanatu.org/ Conservation Resource Alliance: $2,500 to support installation of large, woody debris habitat on the Little Manistee River (Michigan), well known as the nursery source of all Great Lakes steelhead. https://www.rivercare.org/ Batten…

Read More

1972

$15,000 grant to Trout Unlimited (National) to pay legal fees in the “Teton Dam” case; to preserve 17 miles of a stream and a scenic canyon with wild trout habitat; predominately cutthroat.

Read More

1974

$6,000 to Trout Unlimited (National) for the McCloud River, California project; a joint project between Trout Unlimited, Nature Conservancy and University of California to study the resident wild trout population. The purpose of the project was to promulgate regulations for management of fishing in this 2,330 acre preserve.

Read More

1975

$2,500 to the Colorado Council of Trout Unlimited matching funds to catalogue streams and to monitor water quality. $2,000 to New York State University Department of Biology with the Western New York Chapter of Trout Unlimited to study steelhead/rainbow trout in Eastern Lake Erie and the Niagara River Watershed. $2,000 to the Forbes Trail Pennsylvania Chapter of Trout Unlimited…

Read More

1976

$2,500 grant to National Trout Unlimited for “Operation Restore,” a joint project between Trout Unlimited and the American Fishing Tackle Manufacturers’ Association to monitor environmental quality in various rivers. $1,000 grant to the Sandy River Oregon Chapter of Trout Unlimited to be utilized in its handicapped fishermen project. $500 grant to the National Capital (Washington, DC) Chapter of Trout…

Read More

1977

$1,500 grant to the Colorado Council of Trout Unlimited to assist the cost of producing its film on the Two Forks Dam Project, an effort to preserve approximately 7 miles of the South Fork of the South Platte River. $1,600 to the KIAP-TU-WISH (Wisconsin) Chapter of Trout Unlimited for its program jointly with the Wisconsin DNR Quality Trout Fishing…

Read More