What does Trout Unlimited think needs to be done to conserve salmon and trout through a warming climate?
Trout and salmon can survive the effects of global warming through an integrated effort to protect the best remaining fish habitats, to reconnect fish habitats by removing instream barriers and re-establishing instream flows, and to restore vital main stem river and streamside habitats. Significant efforts must be made to sustain stewardship activities by engaging young people, local communities, landowners, state and federal agencies, other conservation organizations and industry in the recovery of lands and waters where trout and salmon live.
- What do you think the US needs to continue to grow the sport, and more importantly even, to let it develop its own character rather than being the poor cousin of Euro racing?
- What are the impacts of climate warming on the boreal forest? What do we think will happen to the boreal forest in the future?
- What does Trout Unlimited want Congress to do about climate change and its effect on trout and salmon?