Trout Unlimited, established in 1959, is a national non-profit organization driven by a mission to unite diverse interests in the care and recovery of rivers and streams, ensuring the joy of wild and native trout and salmon for future generations. With 300,000 members and supporters, Trout Unlimited dedicates its efforts to conserving, protecting, and restoring America’s coldwater fisheries and their ecosystems. From the forested rivers of Connecticut’s Farmington to Alaska’s pristine Bristol Bay, their work spans vast reaches of cold water across the nation. Utilizing science-driven conservation strategies, Trout Unlimited focuses on safeguarding habitat, reconnecting tributaries, and restoring impacted waters. They engage members, anglers, donors, and volunteers in advocating for healthy aquatic environments through education, community-building, and advocacy at local, state, and national levels. As a prominent leader in coldwater fisheries conservation, Trout Unlimited’s legacy spans six decades, making it a cornerstone for safeguarding the aquatic heritage for all who cherish it.