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State of the Fishery 2021
April 14 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Every five years FTR surveys tributaries to the Teton River to assess native trout populations and monitor changes in trout populations. In 2020, our fisheries crew and a number of volunteers visited over 50 sites to collect data and assess critical Yellowstone Cutthroat Trout habitat. These monitoring efforts help us keep tabs on how native and non-native trout populations are changing, allowing FTR to spend our time and funding wisely on the highest priority conservation efforts.
Join us for a virtual presentation and Q & A on Wednesday, April 14th from noon-1 pm to learn more about what we found in 2020. Max Lewis, FTR’s Fisheries Crew Lead, and Mike Lien, FTR’s Stream Restoration Director will share the results of the summer long survey and how it impacts our conservation priorities moving forward.
To sign up and get the link for this virtual presentation, please register here. If you are not available from noon-1 pm on April 14th, you don’t have to miss out! SIGN UP and we will email you a link to watch the recorded presentation at a time that is convenient for you.