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Rainbows and Browns on the South Platte River
Quadruple your contribution to help Orvis, Trout Unlimited, and the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation turn burned trees into trout habitat on Colorado's South Platte River.

Trees for Trout.
Proposed project area for Trees for TroutAdd the devastation of the 138,000 acre Hayman fire to time and use and the future of gold-medal fisheries along Colorado's Upper South Platte hangs in the balance. Trees for Trout is a bold idea to harvest burned trees before the timber rots or is sold, and strategically place them to restore fish wintering, breeding and feeding areas. Your participation cements an innovative partnership, nurturned by Coalition for the Upper South Platte (CUSP) and involving TU, US Forest Service, Colorado Division of Wildlife, Park County, Natural Resource Conservation Service and the Boy Scouts of America, promoting the immediate restoration of treasured public fisheries in Elevenmile Canyon and along Tarryall Creek.

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