Conservation Groups & Organizations

National, State/Regional and Local...

Following are many of the conservation groups and organizations that do so much to help keep our waters clean and our fisheries healthy. Some are large and national in scope and widely recognized by fly fishers. Many others are smaller and don't enjoy the advantages of size but the work they do is no less important.

This listing is by no means complete...it is, and will be, a "work in progress. If you are a member of a group and would like to be listed, you can click here to find a short form to provide us with the information necessary to list your group.

Use the three buttons below to find the group(s) you are or might be interested in. Once you find a group of interest, click on the provided link(s) to get all of the information you might need. Join one of these great organizations and give a little time or money to help our cold water fisheries. You will feel good about helping!

Featured Organization

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Here is an organization built around a truly sensible concept. If you practice Catch & Release as more and more of us are doing every day, the principles outlined by Keep Fish Wet are very simple and will make your C&R efforts even more effective. Click here to read more...

California Trout

State & Regional

At California Trout, we work to ensure resilient wild fish thrive in healthy waters for a better California. It's our belief that abundant wild fish indicate healthy waters and that healthy waters benefit all Californians. With more than sixty large-scale, "boots on-the-ground" conservation projects underway, in tandem with public policy efforts in Sacramento, our six regional offices work tirelessly to advance our cause through a three-pillared approach to conservation. 


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Henry's Fork Foundation

State & Regional

Very near and dear to my heart... 


The Voice of the River... The Henry's Fork Foundation is the only organization whose sole purpose is to conserve, protect, and restore the unique fisheries, wildlife, and aesthetic qualities of the Henry's Fork and its watershed. To learn more about their great work. 


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