2001 Projects

2000-01

$10,000. Improve an existing barrier to protect Colorado cutthroat trout from competition from non-native trout on the North Fork of the Little Snake River in southern Wyoming.

2000-01

$3,000. Provide matching funds to proceed with one aspect of the Environmental assessment of the proposed changes in the Snake River access at South Park Bridge.

2000-01

$22,300. Restore spawning and riparian habitat along the Mayors Landing section of a small channel of the Yellowstone River in Livingston MT, also develop an interpretive center.

2000-01

$50,000. Fund part of a large project through Trout Unlimited to help restore habitat on four separate tributaries of the South Fork of the Snake in Idaho: Pritchard Creek, Garden Creek, Indian Creek, and the East Fork of Fall Creek.

2000-01

$19,750. Using implanted telemetry transmitters, this project will follow movement of cutthroat over one year. The data will help study how populations of trout move and interact.

2000-01

$13,000. Design and install a vault toilet system built from more than 80% recycled material. The system will be designed at Montana State University and located at the Pritchard access on the Snake River.

2000-01

$5,000. Irrigation diversions will be redesigned in order to minimize fish loss which occurs under current irrigation practices. Trout Creek is a tributary of the North Fork of the Shoshone River in Wyoming.

2000-01

$5,000. Will re-establish hydrologic and habitat capacity of Sheridan Creek. This creek flows into Island Park Reservoir and at one time provided an excellent rainbow trout fishery.

2000-01

$7,000. The second year of a project to study spawning of Yellowstone cutthroat and rainbow trout in the Gardner to Livingston MT areas.

Wyoming Game & Fish Jackson Hole Spring Creek Spawning Rehabilitation

This major project represents years of work with private land owners to gain permission to redo old and establish new spawning beds on 6 miles of Jackson Hole’s historically most productive spring creeks. Just possibly, many years ago, 25 to … Continue reading

The Embrace-A-Stream Sponsored Partnership Projects

• The habitat restoration of Kettle Creek in Pennsylvania. • The habitat restoration of Pilkey and Leconite Brook Trout in the Great Smokey Mountains National Park, North Carolina and Tennessee. • The reconstruction of Schuyler Falls Channel in Lake Champlain, … Continue reading

2001-02

The Board of the Jackson Hole One Fly Capital Foundation voted this year to team up with National Trout Unlimited to sponsor six Embrace-A-Stream Projects throughout the United States. The One Fly donated $50,800 which was 50% of the total cost of the projects.