Eastern Conservation

  1. Pennsylvania coldwater habitat restoration program
    https://50thbirthdaypresentsideas4.tu.org/tu-projects/pennsylvania-coldwater-habitat-restoration-program

    Goals

    Throughout Pennsylvania, native brook trout are at risk. Pressures from poor land management, natural resource development, and other problems have impacted fish populations and reduced fishing opportunities throughout the state.  

    Throughout Pennsylvania, native brook trout are at risk. Pressures from poor land management, natural resource development, and other problems have impacted fish populations and reduced fishing opportunities throughout the state.  

  2. Shenandoah Valley Headwaters Conservation
    https://50thbirthdaypresentsideas4.tu.org/tu-projects/shenandoah-valley-headwaters-conservation

    Goals

  3. Eastern Abandoned Mines Program
    https://50thbirthdaypresentsideas4.tu.org/tu-projects/eastern-abandoned-mines-program

    Goals

    The Environmental Protection Agency cites abandoned mine drainage as the single largest threat to the Appalachian region.

  4. Aquatic Invasive Species Project
    https://50thbirthdaypresentsideas4.tu.org/tu-projects/aquatic-invasive-species-project

    Goals

    Scientists believe that aquatic invasive species are one of the greatest threats to America’s trout and salmon—in recent years, we’ve seen alarming examples of exotic invaders taking a toll on some of our most iconic waters.

  5. New England
    https://50thbirthdaypresentsideas4.tu.org/tu-projects/new-england

    Goals

    Two hundred years of logging, road-building and “progress” across six New England states have transformed this land into something more domestic, more suited to people rather than the fish that swim in the cold, clear waters of the region.

  6. Maine Brook Trout Ponds
    https://50thbirthdaypresentsideas4.tu.org/tu-projects/maine-brook-trout-ponds

    Goals

    The brook trout lakes and ponds in Maine’s famed North Woods were among the nation’s first destination fisheries, bringing anglers from far-away places to fish legendary waters.

  7. Upper Connecticut River
    https://50thbirthdaypresentsideas4.tu.org/tu-projects/upper-connecticut-river

    Goals

    Travel back in time 200 years, when the mighty Connecticut ran free and clear, and massive brook trout swam throughout a system unfettered by dams and unspoiled by industry.

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