Trout Stream Habitat Restoration Presentation by PA Bureau of Forestry

On Wednesday, November 14th at 7 pm, the Susquehanna Chapter of Trout Unlimited will be featuring a special presentation by Nathan Reagle of the PA Bureau of Forestry on improving habitat for wild trout in the headwater streams of Pennsylvania by employing techniques such as selective use of large woody material placement in streams. Natural deposition of large tree trunks and woody debris in forested trout streams have been found to have ecological and conservation benefits by increasing shelter and food habitat for trout and helping to reduce bank erosion.   Ongoing and potential projects to utilize these practices in our area streams will be discussed, as well as how sportsmen groups and conservation organizations can get involved in support of stream restoration efforts. The public is invited to attend this event which will also include the annual meeting and election of officers of the TU chapter. The presentation and meeting will be held in the Fellowship Hall of Covenant Central Presbyterian Church, rear of 807 W 4th Street in Williamsport (enter off of Campbell Street).

Informational downloads for you:

Wood in Streams Brochure

Stream Habitat Improvement LWM

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Susquehanna Chapter of Trout Unlimited

Welcome to the Susquehanna Chapter of Trout Unlimited. Founded in 1964, we are one of Pennsylvania’s oldest chapters, and help protect many miles of central Pennsylvania’s finest streams. Some of our waters include Muncy Creek, Loyalsock Creek, Black Hole Creek, Pine Creek, Slate Run and Lycoming Creek

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