Congratulations to Bill Wiebesiek, the CCTU Conservationist of the Year for 2016. Bill has been a Cutthroat Chapter member for over five years, and highly active on nearly all of our conservation projects during that time. In addition to participating in all of the big conservation events of 2016, Bill is an active member of […]
The Conservation Team would like to thank all those Cutthroat Chapter members who shared their thoughts in the recent Survey Monkey Conservation Survey. We are currently in talks with our partners in an attempt to tailor the 2017 conservation projects according to your preferences. A big thanks to chapter members who have helped in past […]
The Trail Creek area was swept clean of vegetation by the 2002 Hayman Fire. As a result of the fire that creek continues to transport harmful silt to the South Platte River. That river is our CCTU home water and we feel obligated to help it heal. On August 20, 2016 ten members of CCTU volunteered to […]
2016.07.25 CUSP thankyou1
2016.07.25 CUSP thankyou2
Here is a little summary of our last conservation project on July 23. with the Coalition for the Upper South Platte.
Thank you to the thirteen volunteers who worked very hard on a hot day to eliminate the Musk Thistle, Canada Thistle and Mullen population along the road and river bank from the […]
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On a beautiful Saturday June 4th morning eight members of CCTU and four members of CUSP (Coalition for the Upper South Platte) met at Deckers to finish the Gill Trail Maintenance project begun last year. We concentrated on the first half mile of the upper trail, and when all said and done we had accomplished […]
The 2016 Cutthroat TU Ladies on the Fly for the Highlands Ranch Community Association was a great success. We had a great turnout of TU members. Love the involvement!
We had a lot of fun, and the ladies were great. I think that most did catch or at least hook up before the weather turned on […]
Attached is the letter of appreciation from Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing thanking us for the $1,000 grant contribution we made to them. This was funded by a grant to us from the Wells Fargo Community Assistance Foundation in October last year.
Project Healing Waters Thank You Letter – CCTU $1,000 Grant Contribution (2016.03.28)
CCTU would like to thank Cutthroat Leaders of Boise Idaho for their generous donations of fly leaders to our monthly membership meeting raffle. Please take the opportunity to visit their web site at www.cutthroatfurledleaders.com, or contact owner Mike Morin at firstname.lastname@example.org or 208.559.4788.
Here are the Conservation Projects we have planned for 2016:
Saturday, June 4 – Gil Trail Repair Completion, Cheesman Canyon
Tuesday, July 12 – Project Healing Waters, Crystal Lake
Saturday, July 23 – Horse Creek or Alma
Saturday, August 20 – Horse Creek
Saturday, September 17 – Clear Creek Clean Up
Saturday, October 8 – Horse Creek
Saturdays in October TBD – […]