Dr. Peter Brookes “Fishing the Tidal Basin” Oct 9th
Education / fishing / James River / smallmouth

Dr. Peter Brookes “Fishing the Tidal Basin” Oct 9th

Please join us on Tuesday, October 9 as D.C.-dweller Dr. Peter Brookes regales us with tall tales of the urban angler with his talk: “Yes, Mr. Jefferson, believe it or not you can fish in the Tidal Basin!” Thinking of himself as a “foreign policy geek by day and outdoor scribbler by night,” Dr. Brookes artfully combines a distinguished career … Continue reading

TU Speaker: March 13th – Mark Frondorf “Health of the Shenandoah River”
Education / Past Monthly Meetings / Shenandoah / smallmouth / water issues

TU Speaker: March 13th – Mark Frondorf “Health of the Shenandoah River”

We have the pleasure of hosting Mark Frondorf of Shenandoah Riverkeeper at our next TU Member meeting. He will be discussing the challenges that face the Shenandoah River. If you fish the river or believe in conserving our vital water resources, this is your chance to learn about this extremely important waterway. All meetings are … Continue reading

Nov 14th: “Shenandoah Mountain:  A Proposal to Protect our Wild Heritage”
conservation / Education / Upcoming Monthly Meetings

Nov 14th: “Shenandoah Mountain: A Proposal to Protect our Wild Heritage”

  A native of West Virginia, Lynn Cameron has lived in the Shenandoah Valley for over 33 years. In 2010, Lynn retired from a career as a professional librarian at James Madison University. She is a past president and current board member of the Virginia Wilderness Committee and former Forest Issues Chair and Wilderness Chair … Continue reading