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David Kinney
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Trout Unlimited May 29
Rebuilding the natural productivity of rivers almost always provides better opportunities for anglers than stocking hatchery fish in marginal habitat. In West Virginia, we're working to restore and protect intact waters where wild and native trout thrive.
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David Kinney May 20
Looking back at a big year for PA Coldwater Habitat Program
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David Hepworth Jan 22
This is a treat for those waiting impatiently for volume 5 of Robert Caro's biography of LBJ.
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Todd Burns Jan 14
Why shovel debris and nurdles on such a cold day? Perhaps the photo will say it better than I can. 2/2
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Todd Burns Jan 14
December’s high water collected and deposited more nurdles along the banks of Pocono Creek. Flat head shovel came in handy although it was 20 degrees. Wanted to get as many before the snow or rains compacted them. 1/2.
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Brodhead Watershed Dec 30
In defense of the Clean Water Act and Clean Water Rule - speaks out.
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Trout Unlimited Dec 28
Op-ed at : Rolling back clean water protections bad for our communities and bad for our economy.
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Trout Unlimited Dec 27
A suite of bipartisan bills, including the heralded Land and Water Conservation Fund that doesn't cost taxpayers a penny, was allowed to die on the vine in 2018.
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The TRCP Dec 12
The economic power of the outdoor industry in Pennsylvania is undeniable. That is why TRCP is working for better investments in conservation throughout the keystone state.
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David Kinney Dec 27
Good piece from et al: "The Clean Water Act should be defended in the original spirit in which it was created: to protect the integrity of our waterways . . ." via
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Nathan Boon Oct 17
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Nathan Boon Oct 7
Best "conference room" for a meeting on water quality, access, recreation, policy w/
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Trout Unlimited Oct 2
The House and Senate committees have done their jobs and now the full Congress must do its part to . Every day that the program is expired is a day that we are being shorted funding that helps to sustain our outdoor traditions. :
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Trout Unlimited Oct 2
Today the and advanced a bill to permanently authorize and fund the Land and Water Conservation Fund. Now, the full Congress must act.
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Trout Unlimited Sep 25
Time is running out for the Land and Water Conservation Fund, which doesn't cost taxpayers a dime, but provides funding for projects all across America. Contact and and tell them to before time runs out.
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Brodhead Watershed Sep 23
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Brodhead TU 2 Sep 18
Biologist composes her 'requiem' for a stream as Bushkill Creek insects decline - The Morning Call
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Bob Dylan Center 20 Jul 18
A virtual museum of Americana and the history of the folk movement in New York’s Greenwich Village, Mitch Blanks’s archive is an unrivaled collection of papers, ephemera and artifacts. A true original. Meet Mitch Blank.
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Trout Unlimited 15 May 18
Anglers and hunters pay license fees to fund state fish and wildlife agencies. We always have. Is it time others who use our wild lands pay, too, in order to keep these agencies and the work they do fully funded?
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4 The Delaware 10 May 18
This week is ! Stand up and for the over 15 million people that depend on this important natural resource for clean and safe drinking water
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