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Click the button below to securely donate to the Trout Conservancy's mission of keeping wild trout around, world-wide and here in the northern Rockies. When you donate $25 or more, you also become an active participant in keeping wild and native trout around...

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balkans_marbleWELCOME!  The Trout Conservancy is a Montana-based nonprofit that works to keep wild and native trout around through enhancing and preserving their habitat, and also encouraging people to take better care of these amazing fish.

At least since the advent of civilization 10,000 or so years ago, people and trout have had an unbalanced relationship - often, sadly, to the benefit of people and to the detriment of wild and native trout. But, with the care of the Trout Conservancy and so many others, as well as all those kind hearts and hard toilers before us, times are changing.

The Trout Conservancy uses donations and grant money to do projects that provide lasting benefits for wild and native trout populations, like the creation of habitat-improving logjams, replacement of culverts that block fish passage, revegetating riparian areas along trout streams, or helping to restore wild and native populations through education, outreach and organizing.

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Check out some of our habitat enhancement and restoration work by clicking HERE.

 


 

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Check out these great photos of Montana-area trout at our Trout Gallery, like this underwater shot of a rare (and getting rarer) native Columbia Redband Rainbow Trout in Montana's Yaak River by Pat Clayton (www.fisheyeguyphotography.com) by clicking HERE.

(for a larger view of this photo, just click on it )


 


See our guidebook illustrations and info about Montana's native and introduced wild trout by clicking HERE.

 

 


To read up on our reports on the Lolo Creek watershed, or issues like the problems of wild trout getting trapped in irrigation ditches and the economic value of trout fishing, or to see our news clippings on project work and other trout-related stuff, click HERE.

 

 


Learn more about the Trout Conservancy's history, mission and people by clicking HERE.

 

 


If you like wild and native trout and salmon, support our work with a donation to the Trout Conservancy by clicking HERE and/or signing up to our supporters' list at the upper left of this page!