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eBook Rivers of Restoration: Trout Unlimited's First 50 Years of Conservation download ISBN: 1602392110
Author: John Ross
Publisher: Skyhorse Publishing; First Edition edition (September 8, 2008)
Language: English
Pages: 192
ePub: 1540 kb
Fb2: 1960 kb
Rating: 4.7
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Category: History
Subcategory: Americas

John Ross fished much more often before he took up writing. Perfect for a coffee table book.

John Ross fished much more often before he took up writing. He chairs the Virginia Council of Trout Unlimited, and won a National Outdoor Book Award in 1999. He lives in Upperville, Virginia. Hardcover: 192 pages.

John Ross fished much more often before he took up writing

John Ross fished much more often before he took up writing. Although it's been cited as the book that describes the 100 best trout streams in the US, it's clearly listing them in terms of TU's efforts, and not the merits of the fishing within the streams or compared to others. The Guadalupe River in Texas for example, is included in this book since it's the only trout stream in Texas.

For fifty years, the volunteers of Trout Unlimited have strived to restore, sustain, and preserve the . John Ross fished much more often before he took up writing.

For fifty years, the volunteers of Trout Unlimited have strived to restore, sustain, and preserve the nation's trout and salmon waters. Weaving together human and natural histories, Ross tells the stories of twenty watersheds where Trout Unlimited has labored to save rivers damaged by human shortsightedness.

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For fifty years, the volunteers of Trout Unlimited have strived to restore, sustain, and preserve the nation's trout and salmon waters

For fifty years, the volunteers of Trout Unlimited have strived to restore, sustain, and preserve the nation's trout and salmon waters. From Michigan's Au Sable to New York's Delaware to rivers in California, Washington, and more, the stories of these rivers—both in peril and in recovery—will remind fishermen why they love the sound of running water, and why our natural resources need to be protected

A beautiful tribute to twenty rivers restored by the work of Trout Unlimited and its members. We all love rivers and the trout that the best of them hold

A beautiful tribute to twenty rivers restored by the work of Trout Unlimited and its members. We all love rivers and the trout that the best of them hold. For fifty years, the volunteers of Trout Unlimited have strived to restore, sustain, and preserve the nation's trout and salmon waters.

A beautiful tribute to twenty rivers restored by the work of Trout Unlimited and its members  .

Rivers of Restoration. Trout Unlimited's First 50 Years of Conservation. Weaving together human and natural histories, Ross tells the stories of twenty watersheds where Trout Unlimited has labored to save rivers damaged by human shortsightedness

Rivers of Restoration. From Michigan's Au Sable to New York's Delaware to rivers in California, Washington, and more, the stories of these rivers—both in peril and in recovery—will remind fishermen why they love the sound of running water, and why our natural resources need to be protected. 200 color photographs.

Rivers of Restoration: Trout Unlimited's First 50 Years of Conservation, by John Ross. Skyhorse Publishing (September 8, 2008) For fifty years, the volunteers of Trout Unlimited have strived to restore, sustain, and preserve the nation's trout and salmon waters. Trout & Salmon, Features, news on all aspects of game fishing. From Michigan's Au Sable to New York's Delaware to rivers in California, Washington, and more, the stories of these rivers-both in peril and in recovery-will remind fishermen why they love the sound of running water, and why our natural resources need to be protected.

A beautiful tribute to twenty rivers restored by the work of Trout Unlimited and its members. We all love rivers and the trout that the best of them hold. For fifty years, the volunteers of Trout Unlimited have strived to restore, sustain, and preserve the nation's trout and salmon waters. Weaving together human and natural histories, Ross tells the stories of twenty watersheds where Trout Unlimited has labored to save rivers damaged by human shortsightedness. From Michigan's Au Sable to New York's Delaware to rivers in California, Washington, and more, the stories of these rivers—both in peril and in recovery—will remind fishermen why they love the sound of running water, and why our natural resources need to be protected. 200 color photographs.
Comments: (2)
lets go baby
I am a member of TU and am very pleased with their conservation work in general. Some of their decisions leave me scratching my head however and my first hand experience with some of the streams they've "improved" makes me wonder if they do much research into some of their efforts. That aside, this book has lots of great information in it about their cosnervation efforts throughout the US. Although it's been cited as the book that describes the 100 best trout streams in the US, it's clearly listing them in terms of TU's efforts, and not the merits of the fishing within the streams or compared to others. The Guadalupe River in Texas for example, is included in this book since it's the only trout stream in Texas. A trout angler from aywhere else in the country would probably cringe at the site of the Guadalupe, since it's essentially a sluggish, heavily flogged put and take fishery. The trout don't live longer than a couple of months and when you catch them, they have all the fight of a water logged 2x4. It is clearly NOT one of the "100 best trout streams in the US," but this book strongly hints that it just might be. Other streams seem to be better off than this, and I hope to visit them some day to see what TU has done for them. In these days of increased budgetary slashing and decreased concern for natural resources and the environment, I'm glad that TU and organizations like it are out there doing this work. I just with more people were involved and helping to guide the efforts a bit more so books like this included true success stories rather than the hit and miss tales chronicled in this volume.
Aedem
This is an amazing book. Large with very beautiful photos and good information about TU's Restoration Projects! Perfect for a coffee table book. The copy that i got was actually unexpectedly signed by the author John Ross!