The Tree Army, made up of staff and volunteers, planted thousands of trees along Michigan’s Rogue River to enhance the resilience of this important coldwater fishery.
(NOTE: This article was authored by Jamie Vaughn and first appeared on TU.org. Jamie is Trout Unlimited’s Rogue River Home Rivers Initiative Coordinator. She is based in Michigan.) Trout Unlimited’s Rogue River Tree Army planted 17,067 trees along rivers and streams throughout the Rogue River watershed over the last two years. Its “soldiers” are just getting started. The Tree...
Two road-stream crossings were completed to allow brook trout migration.
Kevin Feenstra about the bugs, minnows, fish, and wildlife that make the Muskegon River special.
Every angler should have the RIVERS app on their phone to help TU get a more robust understanding of issues affecting our streams and rivers.
About 20 logjams were modified on the Coldwater River to provide better fish cover, stabilize banks, and open new spawning beds.
About 150 people helped clean up Buck Creek in Wyoming and Grandville in August of 2019.
A big thanks to the many volunteers who turned out for an early morning trash cleanup on the Rogue River.
Trout Unlimited and the White River Watershed Partnership are teaming up to complete a watershed inventory utilizing TU’s newly developed RIVERS mobile app.
This clean up is just one part of a multi-step process in assessing, improving and conserving Buck Creek. This will be an active event where volunteers will be walking and exercising as they make a positive impact upon the Buck Creek Watershed.