Activities include communicating ZGTU’s activities and objectives to chapter members and to the public by various means through a chapter web site, social media, mailings and public relations articles.
Committee members identify and coordinate volunteer hours for work on issues, programs and projects which support ZGTU’s mission to conserve, protect an restore Arizona’s coldwater fisheries. Projects include Arizona Partnership Waters Program, stream monitorings on water quality, restoration of streams through habitat improvement projects, and fisheries management.
Activities to expand the awareness of conservation issues with programs and projects such as Trout-In-the-Classroom, Casting For Recovery, Becoming an Outdoors Women (BOW), Project Healing Waters, Hunting and Angling Heritage Workgroup (HAHWG), youth seminars and others.
Committee members monitor the chapter financial affairs, compliance with all legal requirements, develop budgets and fundraising sources to provide the financial support for programs and projects.
Activities involve monitoring, developing position statements and responding on issues which may have a positive or negative impact on ZGTU’s mission to conserve, protect and restore Arizona’s coldwater fisheries. Objectives include educating the next generation about the importance of clean water and wild trout.
Activities include communicating ZGTU’s activities and objectives to chapter members, to expand membership of the organization and increase member participation.
Special Events Committee
Committee members identify and coordinate work on events which will support ZGTU’s financial and conservation objectives such as the Annual Native and Wild Trout Conference, AZGFD Cast & Blast, conservation speakers, special conservation, youth and community education programs.