Protect Restore Preserve
For All of Us and Future Generations
Clear Waters Trout Unlimited believes in an inclusive, collaborative approach to coldwater conservation that integrates the needs and expertise of all stakeholders. We actively seek to build durable partnerships to leverage resources and ensure our projects and initiatives are multi-benefit.
Clear Waters Current Membership
2021 – 2022 Fundraising Goal
Lahontan – A Trout Unlimited Science Story
Volunteers & Contributors
Devils Creek Rusk County & Wilson Creek Dunn County Stream Restoration
Driftless Area Restoration Effort
Since it was conceived in 2004, TUDARE has worked to ramp up restoration work across the unglaciated, or “Driftless” area of the upper Mississippi River Basin.
This 24,000-square-mile area lies in southeastern Minnesota, northeast Iowa, northwest Illinois and western and southwestern Wisconsin. It offers over 6,000 miles of cold spring creeks in 600 watersheds, one of the largest assemblages anywhere.
TUDARE has developed manuals for best management practices for non-game species and cooperated with prairie restoration and other wildlife groups.
Wisconsin Wetland Association
We are dedicated to the protection, restoration, and enjoyment of wetlands and associated ecosystems through science-based programs, education, and advocacy. We are a statewide non-profit 501(c)(3) organization based in Madison, Wisconsin.
We envision a state where wetlands are healthy and plentiful and support ecological and societal needs, and where citizens care for, appreciate, and interact with these natural resources.
Wisconsin boasts over 13,000 miles of trout streams with over 5,000 classified as high quality, class I trout streams.
Stream habitat development today is a widely used approach to rehabilitate or restore degraded streams to improve trout fisheries. Increases in trout abundance …
The Natural Resources Conservation Service is the federal agency that works with landowners on private lands to conserve natural resources. NRCS is part of the U.S. Department of Agriculture. We were formerly called the Soil Conservation Service or “SCS”.
What We Do
Nearly three-fourths of the technical assistance provided by the agency goes to helping farmers and ranchers develop conservation systems uniquely suited to their land and individual ways of doing business. The agency also provides assistance to other private landowners and rural and urban communities to reduce erosion, conserve and protect water, and solve other resource problems.
We Have the Power to Impact Our Future, and We’re Doing Something About It
One of the most important steps in a stream restoration project is the determination of project goals and objectives. Goals are general and are highly dependent upon context, while objectives are measurable and in support of the stated goals. Once established, goals need to be clarified through objectives that describe how the goals will be attained.
President’s column Joe Knight We have been sending out emails on work days, chapter meetings as such to Clear Waters TU members, but we have not had a full newsletter for a while, or at least no president’s column, so let’s correct that. First an update: Last summer...
2020 Hay Creek Chippewa County Restoration
Two Tips a Tie and a Tune
Here from board member Matt Wysocki as he talks not just about his tips, ties, and tunes, but also about his role as coordinator of stream restoration and stream maintenance projects with our chapter. Matt plans, organizes, and coordinates these projects. Learn about...
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Wisconsin Clear Waters Corporate Sponsors and Grants Will Match Every $1 Donated wetland and stream Restoration in 2021-2022!
Our Top Priorities
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- Chainsaws, Big Bond Fire, and Box Elder Demolition Derby – Or Participate in a day of removing evasive trees on a local trout stream.
- Fly Tying Challenger – Mentor Trout Unlimited Stream Girls Patches or Boy Scouts Fly Fishing Merit Badge.
- Advocacy – We are not going to solve Global Warming, but we can protect, preserve, and restore local cold water and habitat
- Social Media Skills – Drop fly rod and text, email, or even Call!!
Jan 7 Pm
January Virtual Chapter Meeting
Our annual DNR meeting, featuring DNR Fish Biologist Kasey Waverly and Emma Easterly. Our format is a virtual town hall meeting. Kasey and Emma will each present an update on the current projects, and then you will have an opportunity to ask questions. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for a Zoom Invitation.
Feb 7 PM
Wetlands Science Conference
The 2021 Wetland Science Conference is going virtual! Wisconsin Wetlands Association has decided to suspend this year’s in-person event in favor of a fully virtual experience as a result of uncertainty surrounding the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. While we may not be seeing you in person, we are committed to creating a valuable and engaging educational and networking experience. Join us online February 16-19, 2021! More Details