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Arizona Council of Trout Unlimited Fall Sweepstakes

September 7- December 13, 2020

Help support the Arizona Council of Trout Unlimited Conservation and Education programs to conserve, protect and restore Arizona’s watersheds with special emphasis on cold water fisheries.

GRAND PRIZE:  Three-night stay and two-days guided wade fishing for two on the Conejos River, Colorado, sponsored by the Conejos River Anglers. Trip to be used during 2021.

SECOND PLACE:  Classic Accessories Colorado Pontoon Boat or Wader/Wading Boots from Orvis for a maximum cost of $600. You get to pick!

THIRD PLACE:  Tenkara Rod

FOURTH PLACE:  Set of Jumping Trout Glasses

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Arizona Council of Trout Unlimited receives $2,500 grant

The Arizona Council of Trout Unlimited received a grant of $2,500 through the Trout Unlimited national Embrace A Stream grant program. Volunteers from the council …

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Restoring Christopher Creek

The Arizona Council of Trout Unlimited received a grant of $2,500 through the Trout Unlimited national Embrace A Stream grant program #embraceastream. Volunteers from the …

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Alaska mining executive resigns a day after being caught on tape boasting of his ties to GOP politicians

Mining executive Tom Collier, who boasted in secretly taped conversations that he had leveraged his ties to Republican officials to advance a controversial project in …

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Proposed Pebble Mine project cannot be permitted in Bristol Bay

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers finds controversial project will likely result in significant degradation and significant adverse effects to waters, fish. ANCHORAGE, AK – Today, …

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Critical document release confirms the damage Pebble will bring to Bristol Bay

On Thursday, July 23, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers released a critical document in the permit application review process for the proposed Pebble mine: …

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A view of Mount Hood National Forest in Oregon. USDA Forest Service photo by Cecilio Ricardo

Why The Great American Outdoors Act is Such a Big Deal

The Senate just passed the largest public lands funding legislation since the days of Teddy Roosevelt. Here’s what it means for hunters and anglers. On …

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