This online presentation with Chris Wood, CEO and President of Trout Unlimited, was held on March 16, 2021.
Category: Rogue River
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...
A big thanks to the many volunteers who turned out for an early morning trash cleanup on the Rogue River.
Trout Unlimited has received funding from the U.S. Forest Service, through the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative, to plant nearly 17,000 trees along coldwater streams in Michigan.
View insect monitoring data from the Rogue River watershed.
Our own Rogue River HRI was recently featured on WOOD TV8's eightWest program to talk about the work happening along the Rogue River.
Join the Rogue River Watershed Partners, Nomad Anglers, Trout Unlimited, Patagonia, and more to help clean up the Rogue River after a busy summer season of recreation.
In the Winter issue of Trout Magazine, author Dave Karczynski featured three coldwater projects that could face elimination if the presidential budget cuts funding for the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative. One of those projects is the Rogue River Home Rivers Initiative headed by our own Nichol DeMol.
Here's a cool video on fly fishing the Rogue River, showing the wonderful opportunities and resources available to us.