Wild Steelheaders
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IDAHO

Idaho Statesman. October, 2015: Guest Opinion: Idaho’s wild salmon and steelhead are in peril

 Washington

Tacoma News Tribune , November 2014: Trout Unlimited creating new steelhead conservation group

Northwest SportsmanJanuary, 2016: WILD STEELHEADERS PITCH ‘PORTFOLIO’ IDEA FOR NORTH SOUND RIVERS

Hatch Magazine, May, 2016: Latest ruling is another victory for Snake River salmon and steelhead

Spokesman Review, January 2017: Bills seek to reform suction dredging in Washington

Spokesman Review, February 2017: Trump rollback on Clean Water Rule could impact Pacific Northwest salmon, steelhead

Seattle Times, April 2018: A revered run — the Skagit steelhead — will open to catch-and-release angling

Spokesman Review, October 2019: Commentary - Rob Masonis: The Phoenix in the Elwha

General 

FishBio, July 2015: One Fish, Two Forms, Many Questions

Hatch Magazine, February 2019: Conservation groups cheer passage of sweeping, but imperfect, public lands bill

 California

Los Angeles Times, April 2018: Commentary: Protecting fish will ultimately restore our rivers, improving water quality for us all

News Deeply, August 2019: After Dam Removal, What the Klamath Basin Needs Next

Siskiyou Daily News, September 2018: Guest opinion: Supports Dam removal

Climate.gov, November 2018: Dam bypass spells victory for Russian River salmon

Mercury News, May 2019: Four years after California’s largest dam removal project, how are the fish doing?

Press Democrat, July 2019: Close to Home: Preserve nature for future generations

ALaska

Juneau Empire, June 2018: Hunting for fish in Alaska's steelhead-bearing rivers and streams

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We steelheaders share a common vision of the future of wild steelhead and know what has to be done to bring them back. Together, we can make that vision a reality. With millions of dollars, countless staff and volunteer hours invested in restoring wild steelhead habitat, Trout Unlimited has launched the Wild Steelhead Initiative to make sure those investments (along with the efforts of countless other organizations) pay dividends. For more information please visit tu.org.