1989

Set aside $25,000 for Trout & Salmon Foundation to be applied towards the initial production costs of the Foundation’s production of the video “The River’s Return.” Of this total, $11,345 spent on script preparation and editing.

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1990 – 91

$1,000 Teller Wildlife Refuge for fish habitat improvement. $45,067 towards production of Foundation’s stream habitat enhancement video. $5,000 Water Heritage Trust (CA) for water restoration for salmon.

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1992-93

$1,000 Montana Land Reliance for continued work on conservation easement along Montana’s rivers and streams. $1,000 Water Resources Heritage Trust for improvements along l/2 mile of Pyat River in Idaho. $2,000 Teller Wildlife Refuge for Environmental Writing Conference. $2,250 Laramie River TU Chapter for Disabled Youth Fishing Project. $2,500 Montana Land Reliance continuing support for conservation easement program. $5,000…

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1994

$5,000 Montana Land Reliance for the Spring Creek Restoration Project. Spring Creek is a tributary of Rock Creek. $10,000 for Trout Unlimited’s Embrace-A-Stream Program. $2,500 for Pike Wayne (PA) Chapter of TU for stream restoration project. $300 to the Thompson River Project for waders to be used by students in the project. $3,000 to the Rock Creek Advisory Council…

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1995

$2,500 to the U.S. Department of Interior/National Park Service for the project to protect and save Yellowstone Lake’s native cutthroat trout. $1,000 to the Montana Land Reliance of Helena, Montana for the Smith River Watershed Protection Program. $3,000 to the Rock Creek Advisory Council, Missoula, Montana for its stream habitat protection project to protect the stream from effects of…

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1996

$10,000 to the Henry’s Fork Foundation (ID) in support of the Henry’s Fork Watershed Initiative III to restore hydrology, water quality, fisheries and reverine vegetation to the headwaters of the Henry’s Fork. $3,880 to the Mason Conservation District (WA) for the purchase of equipment to monitor “on the ground” projects while working in cooperation with the Hood Canal Salmon…

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1997

$10,000 to the Brule River Preservation Inc. and cooperators: Area Landowners, The Brule River Sportsman’s Club, and Wisconsin DNR in support of the Bois Brule River Trout Habitat Improvement Project in the conservation easement area of the Upper Brule River in Wisconsin’s Douglas County. $2,500 to Federation of Fly Fishers for development of interpretive signage and material that support…

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1998

$5,000 to Atlantic Salmon Federation, Brunswick, ME in support of the Salmon Satellite Rearing Tank Program. $10,000 to Maine Council, Atlantic Salmon Federation, Brunswick, ME toward the removal of the Soudabscook River Dam and repairing salmon habitat. $10,000 to Conservation Resources Alliance, Traverse City, MI to support erosion control and fish habitat improvements on seven streams in NW Michigan….

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1999

$5,000 to Atlantic Salmon Federation of Maine in support of the Smolt Tracking Study for the Bay of Fundy Rivers. $5,000 to the Foothills Conservancy of North Carolina for “the Muddy Creek Watershed Restoration Initiative (MCWRI).” $6,000 to Huron Pines Resource Conservation Development Area Council, Inc. of Michigan to be split at $3,000 each for the AuSable River Watershed…

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2000

$2,200 to Huron Pines Resources Conservation & Development Area Council (Au Sable River System Owners. Association) for purchasing and planting northern white cedars for stream stabilization and fish protection. $7,500 to Conservation Resource Alliance for River Care Program which involves maintenance and improvement for premier trout streams in northwest Michigan. $7,500 to Lakeshore Chapter of TU for support of…

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