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 where a culvert once contained the mainstream Greys River. The three undersized stream culverts — on Mink Creek, Clear Creek and the West Fork Greys River — were replaced with larger, better-aligned structures that should fix the fast, shallow water that cutthroat couldn’t easily pass through.”

Photo Credit: Josh Duplechain, Trout Unlimited

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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