We will host our first Schrems TU Conservation Benefit Auction, an online fundraising event October 9-13, 2020.
Author: Dave DeJonge (Dave DeJonge)
As a special incentive, everyone who donates to support the 2020 Conservation Benefit Auction, regardless of amount, will participate in a drawing for a Trout Unlimited logo Yeti Tundra 65 cooler held during the “Live Auction."
While the 2020 banquet is canceled, there will be a Conservation Benefit Auction to raise funds for critical conservation programs.
High school students work in the summer with Trout Unlimited to do watershed restoration and receive job training in green infrastructure.
Customers who donate $10 or more during September 2020 will get a $10 savings card good for any full-price apparel purchase at the store.
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