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Western Rivers Conservancy

Western Rivers Conservancy

We're all familiar with the efforts and successes of Trout Unlimited, which works to restore and protect trout habitat.  But fewer of us are familiar with another essential conservation organization, The Western Rivers Conservancy.  Western Rivers Conservancy

Since 1988, the Western Rivers Conservancy has acquired and protected hundreds of miles of prime trout and salmon habitat in six western states, including sections of the Snake, Hoh, Gunnison, and Madison rivers.  If you fish western states, odds are you've benefited from the hard work of the WRC.

And now is the time for us to benefit them.  Consider making a donation to the Western Rivers Conservancy, at http://www.westernrivers.org/pages/main5.html

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