Category: Conservation

Lots of Trash Removed in October’s River Cleanup

Lots of Trash Removed in October’s River Cleanup

We recently held a Chattahoochee River cleanup with the Chattahoochee Riverkeeper, on Saturday, October 19, 2019, at Jones Bridge Park. Following the cleanup, we hosted a BBQ lunch for the participants. Lunch and beverages were provided by our friends at Sweetwater Brewery. Take a look at the pictures below to see some of the more […]

Come Join Trout Unlimited Today

Come Join Trout Unlimited Today

Join Trout Unlimited today at the special introductory rate of just $17.50. Help protect and restore our nation’s magnificent trout and salmon fisheries. This low rate is for new members only and $15 of your $17.50 will go to your local chapter.   CLICK HERE TO JOIN!   Choose our chapter #436 Upper Chattahoochee. Select your desired […]

President’s Message — April 2018

President’s Message — April 2018

Truer words were never spoken. And, these happen to come from a trout!   We’re well underway now with our chapter’s launch of a new clean water initiative designed to encourage all fisherman to assist in the removal of trash from our nation’s rivers, streams, lakes and oceans.   It all started with #CleanMyWater.   […]

President’s Message – January 2018

President’s Message – January 2018

How many of you can recite our chapter’s mission statement? I’ll give you a hint (or two)…it’s short and it’s all about conservation.   Our mission is to Conserve, Protect, and Restore Georgia’s cold water fisheries and their watersheds.   As TU national focuses on the country’s cold water fisheries and watersheds, we here in Georgia are […]

Helping Restore a Native Trout Stream

Helping Restore a Native Trout Stream

On July 25, 55 volunteers representing 5 different area Trout Unlimited chapters made their way to Martin Branch, a tributary stream to the Chattahoochee River, for the final TU stream restoration project of 2015. Located just north of Helen, Martin Branch is a small mountain stream that was in need of structures and pools of […]