WaterFall – Quotes on the Nature of our Most Precious Resource

“Floods of humanity, lakes of peace, rivers of gold, the tides of war; all we are and do is linked to the water of life.” – David Mead “Of all the elements in the cosmological construct of the world, Fire, Water, Earth, Mineral and Nature, the Sage takes Water as…

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This World Water Day Make a Lasting Investment

Today is World Water Day – a day when people across the World observe the power to make a meaningful difference in the future of our most vital renewable resource. World Water Day is an opportunity for us all to learn more about water issues and to take real action…

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Coldwater Fisheries expected to decline 62% by 2100

The EPA estimates a frightening decline in cold water fisheries by the end of this century. Unmitigated Climate Change is expected to reduce habitat suitable for coldwater fisheries nationally by approximately 62% by 2100.  While a best case scenario Global Greenhouse Gas (GHG) mitigation plan might slow that loss to…

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Restoration and Mitigation Services – Since 1995

A “Johnny Willowseed” Approach In 1995, Trout Headwaters, Inc (THI) was founded to provide service to private, non-profit, and government clients.  At a time when only a handful of private entities across the U.S. were providing stream, wetland, or habitat restoration services, the company quickly became a recognized leader in “soft”…

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My Top Ten Water Wishes 2016

Water news continued to receive top billing throughout the past year. Severe drought and flooding, exacerbated by a changing climate, again fronted U.S. headlines in 2015. My Top Water Wishes for the New Year include a quick look back at some of the important water stories that streamed from our offices this…

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Damming the Susitna River?

At an estimated cost of more than $5 Billion, a dam proposed on the Susitna River north of Talkeetna, Alaska would become the second tallest dam in the U.S. Engineered to span the full width of this pristine resource, the 735 foot tall structure would destroy natural flows on one…

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