This just crossed our desk. If you are interested or know a college-bound senior who may be, please apply!
Randy Stevens was a professional fishing guide and owned River Rat Guide Service. He loved to fish walleye tournaments, hunt water fowl and train dogs to hunt. He loved the river life and the people he met that lived it with him. Randy passed away December 17th, 2020. As a family we decided to have a tournament to honor “RRR” and do an annual silent auction in his name and start a memorial scholarship in his name.
Thanks to everybody who showed up in-person and on Zoom to approve our bylaws, elect directors, and learn about Trout in the Classroom from Amber Taylor. If you missed the meeting, or would like to take another look at Amber's presentation, you can download it by clicking on the link below. If you'd like to see the segment of "Minnesota Bound" featuring Trout in the Classrom on YouTube, click here.
A new edition is out from our friends in the Southeast, including great articles on Trout in the Classroom, Nitrate Pollution, and how to plan a fishing trip. If you are interested in fishing or volunteering in Southeast Minnesota, this is required reading!
The Twin Cities Chapter of Trout Unlimited (TCTU) is committed to increasing youth involvement in cold water conservation. That is why we are excited about the TU Teen Summit, and we are offering a $450 scholarship to defray the costs.
The TU Teen Summit recruits young leaders (8th to 11th Grades) that are committed to conservation and have demonstrated leadership in their schools and communities. If you’re a teen (in 8th to 11th Grades) and interested in learning how to become a TU Youth leader in your community, build team and leadership skills, restore habitat on a service project, explore career paths in the outdoors and conservation, and – oh yeah! – FISH, then the Teen Summit is the place for you.
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