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Trout Headwaters, Inc is pleased to release the 2013 FREE Yellowstone River Guide  for Conservation, Recreation, Education and other Resources.  This brand new guide gives you everything you need to plan your Yellowstone adventure for a short half-day or for a month.  More, it provides stakeholders with valuable conservation information and many resource links to insure this national […]

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Current economic literature provides some insights into the importance of water to various sectors, including agriculture, tourism, fishing, manufacturing, and energy production, but this information is dispersed and, in many cases, incomplete. EPA is conducting a study on the importance of water in the U.S. economy to: Summarize existing knowledge about the role and importance […]

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The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) is conducting a study on the importance of water in the U.S. economy to better understand how water contributes to the economic welfare of the nation and plays a critical role in many sectors of the U.S. economy. On December 4, USEPA will host a public symposium in Washington, […]

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Chronicling a 31-day journey on the longest undammed river in the lower 48, the film covers major issues like the 2011 oil spill, along with sweet anecdotal stories and plenty of fly fishing, on one of America’s most wild and scenic rivers. Director Hunter Weeks teams up with presenting sponsor Trout Headwaters, Inc. to present […]

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The World Premiere of Where the Yellowstone Goes is happening May 19, 2012 at The Ellen Theatre in Bozeman, Montana.  Show starts at 7:30 PM.  Seating is limited and this event will sell out fast, so get yours now!  Go to www.theellentheatre.com or by phone at 406-585-5885. Where the Yellowstone Goes will be coming to […]

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Presented by Trout Headwaters and from the producers of Ride the Divide – A feature film about a 30-day drift boat journey down the longest “undammed” river in the lower 48.  Intimate portraits of locals in both booming cities and dusty, dwindling towns along the Yellowstone River, illustrate the history and controversies surrounding this enigmatic […]

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Robert John Hawkins is leading a small crew on a soul searching and inspirational journey floating the longest free-flowing river in the lower 48; the Yellowstone River.  A new film, “Where the Yellowstone Goes,” captures the drama as they’ve rallied together the supplies they need, including Robert’s hand-built drift boat and set course on a […]

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[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q7x3bgYWhYs&w=425&h=349] The health of the Chesapeake Bay is a big deal.  According to one recent estimate, it could be as much as a trillion-dollar deal.  As the Bay’s water quality continues to be negatively impacted by polluted runoff, its 150-year-old crab, oyster and fishing industries have nearly collapsed.  Blue crab and oyster harvests are […]

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