Monday, June 17th, 2024

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Monday, June 17th, 2024

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Trout Unlimited stream work continues in Wisconsin’s Driftless Region

Peter Jonas with a trout caught from the Missouri River in Montana. (Photo courtesy of Peter Jonas)

The Trout Unlimited Driftless Area Restoration Effort (TUDARE) celebrates its 20th anniversary this year while continuing its work to improve cold-water resources in western and southwestern Wisconsin.
“We’re trying to turn back the clock, by fixing streams and rivers,” is how Peter Jonas describes this work. Jonas, of Arcadia, is the Driftless Area partnership specialist for Trout Unlimited (TU).
One challenge is contending with historic erosion that has taken place since settlers began farming the region.

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