The Rabun Chapter of Trout Unlimited

Rabun TU In Action

In addition to its educational work and its hands-on efforts to conserve, protect, and restore Northeast Georgia’s coldwater fisheries and their watersheds, the Rabun Chapter of Trout Unlimited has participated in a range of public processes related to policy and management of publicly owned and protected natural resources.

Below are press releases and position statements the Chapter has issued as it has sought to influence public processes and perceptions concerning the management and welfare of our region’s freshwater resources.

  • Conserve, Protect, Restore

Rabun TU Caps for Sale

Baseball-style caps in various colors with the “Rabun Chapter TU” logo will be available to purchase at the monthly Chapter meetings.

Cost is $15 per cap.
Contact Tammy Hopton for more details.

 

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Burton Hatchery Begins Renovation

Visiting hours change. For the first time in 70 plus years, the Lake Burton Trout Hatchery raceways are empty and dry, and the last of the trout has entered North Georgia streams or been transferred to other trout hatcheries. But, why? The hatchery is preparing for a renovation, according to the Georgia Department of Natural Resources’ Wildlife Resources Division. More details here

 

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