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Colorado Trout Unlimited has over 10,000 members representing 23 chapters across the state. They act as advocates and conservators for their home rivers, conducting projects in stream restoration, water quality protection, and more. The on-the-ground, grassroots efforts of our members and volunteers are what sets CTU apart from most other conservation groups.
Colorado Trout Unlimited is an extraordinarily effective conservation organization whose resume includes defeating harmful dam and diversion projects, passing important stream flow legislation, spearheading youth conservation education, protecting water quality, improving drought-stricken rivers, promoting water conservation, restoring native trout, and much more.
Though perhaps best known for its role in defeating the Two Forks Dam proposal in 1980, Colorado Trout Unlimited’s influence can be seen on hundreds of miles of rivers ranging from Durango to Denver to Fort Collins.
Our blog serves as the news and information hub for the Colorado Trout Unlimited community. The contributions are from and for people with National Trout Unlimited, Colorado Trout Unlimited, and local chapters of Colorado Trout Unlimited. We encourage all members to read and post often!
On Tuesday evening, December 3, Colorado TU will be hosting a special telephone town hall with sportsmen from across Colorado
Chris Wood, president and CEO of Trout Unlimited, delivers the annual State of TU presentation to members during September’s annual
Flooding in September 2013 devastated many communities and watersheds along Colorado’s Front Range including along the Big Thompson, Boulder Creek,
Water has literally shaped the West. It carved Colorado from red rock and shaped landmarks from the Rocky Mountains to
Another prominent co-sponsor signed onto a bill that would protect large portions of the Thompson Divide area from energy development.
Last May, Gov. John Hickenlooper directed the Colorado Water Conservation Board to hand him a draft plan for managing the
Whether you are writing to your legislators, voting on water legislation, or volunteering at an event, you can make a difference. Become a member and get involved!
Colorado Trout Unlimited is a 501(c)(3) non-profit and the Colorado afilliate of Trout Unlimited recognized by Charity Navigator as a four-star charity. Your donations are 100% tax-deductible. Thank you for your generous support!
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