It's time to restore the wild watersheds, we need your voice.
Join a Trout Unlimited Project to help native trout in your local area. Restoration efforts span across the United States.Visit
Email your representatives about the importance of native trout and watersheds in your justification.Visit
Visit CalTrout's amazing resources to find events and other ways to get directly involved in your area.Visit
Students at High Tech High North County are partnering with The Escondido Creek Conservancy to reintroduce native trout and test water quality throughout the Escondido Creek Watershed. Students will not only be educated about the watershed but they will be providing water quality data. Their data will help the reintroduction of trout species to Escondido Creek. The Escondido Creek Watershed is severely threatened due to water pollution and low water levels. Their data will help provide data about the water, but most importantly protect it for future generations.Visit
Join us in calling on President Obama to crack down on deadbeat dams, beginning with four especially harmful, federally operated dams on the lower Snake River in Southeastern Washington: Ice Harbor Dam, Lower Monumental Dam, Little Goose Dam and Lower Granite Dam. The Snake River once produced half the salmon in the Columbia Basin – now, every Snake River salmon stock is on the Endangered Species list or extinct. We have an historic opportunity to restore wild salmon and steelhead to self-sustaining numbers in more than 6,000 miles of river habitat.Visit