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A fundamental truth.

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A fundamental truth.

There’s one fundamental truth about rivers: what happens upstream will eventually flow downstream. Everything is interconnected, so we must work effectively not only on local streams, but also on entire rivers and river systems. To succeed, we rely on our combination of grassroots capacity and professional expertise. A simple yet effective framework integrates our efforts: protect pristine habitat, usually in the headwaters; then reconnect it to areas we restore downstream. Sustain this work over time by building a broad coalition of people committed to cold-water conservation. On any given...

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Stay Local.

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Stay Local.

The Gateway Chapter of Trout Unlimited is a local organization. We are coldwater anglers from the St. Louis, Missouri metropolitan area with members living in Franklin County, Jefferson County, St. Charles County, St. Louis County, and St. Louis City.  Come out and join us at our next bi-monthly meeting.  Details on the next meeting can be found in our calendar.

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A Strong Conservation Network

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A Strong Conservation Network

Since 1959, Trout Unlimited has worked to conserve, protect and restore North America’s cold-water fisheries and their watersheds. We have protected more than 10,000 river miles nationwide and pioneered new scientific, legal and legislative tools to make America’s cold-water rivers cleaner and healthier. Every $35 membership contribution to TU produces over $170 worth of conservation on the ground through the combination of: Grassroots action. TU’s volunteers work out of more than 400 chapters nationwide and donate well over 500,000 hours annually to clean up local streams and rivers...

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