Tuesday, July 30, 2019

PA Council Of Trout Unlimited Awards 2019 Forever Wild Watershed Grants

The PA Council of Trout Unlimited is pleased to announce the 2019 Forever Wild Grant winners--  
-- $1,500 to Tulpehocken Chapter for a TU Education Station on Little Cacoosing Creek.
-- $1,500 to Chestnut Ridge Chapter for Dunbar Creek Alternative Habitat Structure Site No.14.
-- $1,421 to Valley Forge Chapter for Stream Monitoring and Whitlock Vibert Box Installation on Pickering Creek.
-- $1,500 to Forks of Delaware Chapter for Bushkill Creek Restoration Project – Phase I.
-- $1,500 to Brodhead Chapter for Kiosk and Stream Signage for Learn Preserve on Pocono Creek.
-- $1,500 to Mountain Laurel Chapter for Stream Improvements on Soap Hollow Run.
-- $1,500 to Doc Fritchey Chapter for Water Quality Monitoring on Quittaphilla Creek.
-- $1,500 to Doc Fritchey Chapter for Geomorphic Assessment of Quittapahilla Creek.
The Forever Wild Grants are supported by funds raised by the PA Council of Trout Unlimited to support local Trout Unlimited Chapter protection, conservation and restoration projects in brook trout waterways.  The maximum grant award is $1,500. 
For more information on the Forever Wild Grant Program, contact Ashley Wilmont by sending email to: c-awilmont@pa.gov or call 814-359-5233. 
More information on programs, initiatives, upcoming events and how you can get involved is available at the PA Council of Trout Unlimited website.
(Reprinted from the PA Council of Trout Unlimited Summer 2019 PA Trout newsletter.  Click Here to sign up for your own copy.)

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