A category for posts about education.
Please take a moment to read this letter of appreciation from the Coalition for the Upper South Platte for all our volunteer efforts out into our joint conservation efforts. Thank you to all of our member volunteers!
Date: October 11th, 2014
Time: 10:00 AM- 2:00 PM
Location: 1101 Town Center Dr. Highlands Ranch, CO
H20 Car Wash (a major supporter of Trout Unlimited) is hosting a Water Conservation Day at its location in Highlands Ranch. All proceeds from car washes performed that day will be donated to Colorado Trout Unlimited. H20 uses a sophisticated […]
A big thank you to all the CCTU members who participated in the 2014 South Platte River Cleanup! The event was a huge success and our Chapter collected 15 bags of trash and 10 bags of noxious weeds. After a morning of hard work, everyone was treated to a delicious lunch, followed by an afternoon […]
Have you been looking for an opportunity to be more involved? Ladies, we need you in particular! This is a wonderful time for you to share your passion and talk about fly fishing and encourage women to become more involved in the sport and Trout Unlimited.
We are looking for help with the Fishing on the […]
Thanks to his conservation efforts and environmental teaching within the program of Trout in the Classroom, local Summit High School teacher, Jamie Lambrecht is the newest winner of the 2014 Presidential Innovation Award for Environmental Educators (PIAEE).
The PIAEE is awarded to 16 different teachers across the country each year. These teachers […]
The following guidelines for properly landing and releasing trout in summer weather and warmer water temperatures are provided here with the permission of Rainbow Falls Mountain Trout.
I know we are all experienced and aware of how to release trout, however, I thought I would pass these guidelines along. Please […]
Richard Pilatzke (firstname.lastname@example.org) is an expert on all things still water: beetles, ants, hoppers, frogs, damsel flies, dragon flies, dries, nymphs — you name it.
At the July 16th meeting Richard will focus on Damsel flies and Dragon flies. The presentation is guaranteed to improve your fishing and fly tying skills. Richard is an expert fly […]
Another Great Success for Trout In The Classroom
More than 50 members of Christopher Lambrecht’s Stream Ecology class have moved on.
No, they’re not graduating. In fact, they’re not even students — they’re rainbow trout.
The trout, which hatched from eggs donated to the classroom by the nonprofit organization Trout Unlimited, were released into the Blue River Friday.
If you’re not familiar with our Trout in the Classroom program, it’s a program that provides the resources to a willing teacher to raise a tank full of trout. Well, last week there was a great success story out of Summit High School in Dillon, CO where they finally passed the required tests and received […]
Once again, many of our members volunteered their time for an important project on March 21, 2013. The Cheesman Canyon, Temperature Profile, campaign has been one that has been ongoing since 2010. The purpose is to measure temperature of the river, in four locations and pass this information to the Colorado Parks and Recreation aquatic […]