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Trout Unlimited Talk Looks at Ongoing Big Wood River Projects
Workers were racing to mitigate spring flooding at the canal near Howard’s Preserve the day before the Thanksgiving snow began flying.
Wednesday, December 4, 2019


Keri York will talk about all the work being done to augment the health of the Big Wood River during Thursday’s meeting of the Hemingway Chapter-Trout Unlimited.

The meeting, open to the public, will be held from 5 to 7 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 5, in the upstairs room of Whiskey Jacques in Ketchum.

York, Trout Unlimited’s Big Wood River project manager, will discuss the Big Wood Home Rivers Initiative, the Bridge to Bridge Project, Elkhorn Creek Project and the work going on with District 45 Diversion in Bellevue.

She will also discuss ongoing efforts with Blaine County with a watershed assessment that will aid stream alteration permits and improve the health of the Big Wood in the long term.

Noting that the Big Wood is the lifeblood of the community, the Hemingway Chapter’s mission is to advocate for impactful stewardship of the river’s ecosystem through a Protect-Reconnect-Restore model.


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