Our Conservation Approach
Trout Unlimited believes that conservation should be a true partnership between landowners, agencies, municipalities, and all stakeholders. We work to protect critical habitat, to reconnect degraded waterways, and restore populations to coldwater fisheries. Through sound science, we inform our priorities with critical data on the health of these fisheries.
Watersheds and wild places are home for North America’s coldwater fisheries. By working in partnership with key players Trout Unlimited strives to protect these places for future generations of anglers
A large-scale vision is Trout Unlimited's philosophy for how we see river ecosystems. Reconnecting streams and improving fish passage is a critical part of our conservation work - because we believe a river united is greater than the sum of its disconnected parts.
By working effectively in on-the-ground partnerships, we help communities restore degraded trout and salmon waters to be once again thriving fisheries
Through the detailed work of TU’s dedicated science team, we are able to monitor population resources, habitat conditions, and future impacts to angling. This helps us identify priority areas of need for our protect, reconnect, and restore work.
PowerPoint presentation provided by Ben Rolling WDNR fisheries technician and project manager.