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Register now for National TU's Annual Meeting - Sept. 27-30

Jul 13, 2017
Join fellow conservationists, anglers and TU members and volunteers from across the country as the beauty of fall rolls through the Blue Ridge Mountains of Roanoke, VA for our 2017 Annual Meeting

Join fellow conservationists, anglers and TU members and volunteers from across the country as the beauty of fall rolls through the Blue Ridge Mountains of Roanoke, VA for our 2017 Annual Meeting on Sept. 27 - 30. Click here to view the draft agenda.

TU's Annual Meeting brings together hundreds of our most dedicated members, volunteers, supporters and staff to celebrate all we have accomplished in the past year and commit ourselves to the important conservation work ahead. It is an inspirational weekend full of fishing, conservation tours and training, important workshops, sessions and business meetings, and a host of evening social activities that connect members from across the country to others who share their passion for trout and cold, clean water.

Spend a week learning from and talking with some of TU's top staff, scientists and active volunteer leaders. See first-hand how our mission is brought to life in Virginia and across the U.S. Share ideas and tips on protecting your home waters and enjoy presentations on important conservation topics such as advances in conservation and river restoration tactics, engaging the public in angler science to protect local streams, educating the next generation of river stewards and much more.

The annual State of TU presentation by Chris Wood, President & CEO, is an inspiring and educational look at how your support drives our mission forward each year and is not to be missed!

Among the featured events and activities are:

  • Wednesday, Sept. 27 – Optional day of hosted fishing with local TU members showing you their favorite Blue Ridge fishing spots
  • Thursday, Sept. 28 – Conservation tour of successful stream restoration work and a hands-on training on how to bring a stream temperature monitoring program to your local waters
  • Thursday night, Sept. 28 – Barbecue and launch party of the Embrace A Stream Challenge at the Orvis Distribution Center, featuring a casting pond to demo the new Helios 3 fly rod and an open bar courtesy of Sweet Water Brewing
  • Friday night, Sept. 30 – Annual volunteer awards recognition banquet
  • Saturday morning, Oct. 1 – State of TU presentation by Chris Wood, President & CEO
  • Saturday night, Oct. 1 – Celebration banquet, raffle and silent auction benefiting the Virginia Council and local TU chapters

Open to all members – and your friends –the 2017 Annual Meetingis a great way to celebrate our mission, improve your conservation knowledge, accelerate your ability to help your favorite, local trout waters and to build relationships with people who share your passion for fishing and conservation.

Learn more about the 2017 Annual Meeting and register today online atwww.tu.org/annualmeeting.