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Eagle Valley Trout Unlimited
Mailing Address

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PO Box 6353
Vail, CO 81658

Our Chapter Certificate of Approval


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Colorado Trout Unlimited Outstanding Volunteer of the Year
Alex Schaefer

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The EVTU board would without question echo CTU's sentiment and personally like to thank Alex for the immense TU workload he has tackled on our behalf over the last year! This is truly a great honor and no one is more deserving in our mind.




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Contact

Eagle Valley Trout Unlimited
Chapter #102

Board Members

Eric Lohman - President
mclohman@comcast.net 
Jeff Place - Vice Presidentbeacomjeffrey@yahoo.com
Elbert Bivins - Treasurer
elbert@bbbcpa.biz
Rick Messmer
rick@vail.net
John Knight - Secretary
jwk@vail.net
Mark Weinreich
mark@vailmtnrealestate.com  
Alex Schaefer - Past President
alexkschaefer@gmail.com
Fred McLoota
fjmcloota@gmail.com
Ted Vickerman
tedvic@comcast.net
Drake Perry
Brian Bloess
Jeff Beacon
Brents Olmsted
Matt Prowse

Honorary Board Member Volunteer of the Year
2010 Nate Jordan 2010 Brian Compton
2011 Tred Barta 2011 Larry Strauss    
2012 Tambi Katieb 2012 Bob and Sam Streb
2013 Toby Sprunk  

Policy / Decision Makers
US Senate - Mark Udall
Website: http://markudall.senate.gov/
Contact Information
Phone (Wash, DC) (202) 224-5941
Phone (Colorado) (303) 650-782
US Senate - Michael Bennet
Website: http://bennet.senate.gov/
Contact Information
Phone (Denver Office): (303) 455-7600

US Congress (District 2) - Jared Polis
Website: http://polis.house.gov/
Contact Information
Phone:  (202) 225-2161

CO House Rep (District 56) - Millie Hammer
Email: millie.hammer.house@state.co.us
Phone: (303) 866-2952

CO State Senate (District 8) - Jean White
Email:  Jean.White.Senate@state.co.us
Phone:  (303) 866-5292

Voice your opinion to local representatives.
Full list of elected officials.


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In Colorado, water is a more precious commodity than almost any other natural resource. Since 1969, Colorado Trout Unlimited has been the state’s leading advocate in conserving, protecting and restoring Colorado’s coldwater fisheries and their watersheds. For more than 35 years, CTU has made significant contributions to Colorado’s environment, including battling the effects of disease on wild trout, defeating harmful large dam and diversion projects, passing important stream flow legislation, spearheading youth conservation education, protecting water quality, restoring native trout, improving drought-stricken rivers, establishing healthy fishing regulations and promoting water conservation.  CTU has been Colorado's leading non-profit, non-partisan organization promoting the health of Colorado's rivers and lakes. Statewide, CTU has over 10,000 members in more than 20 local chapters, in communities from Durango to Denver to Fort Collins.  Our chapters conduct local conservation and education projects and act as advocates and conservators for their "home waters".  The on-the-ground, grassroots efforts of our chapters and volunteers are what sets CTU apart from most other conservation groups. CTU is the Colorado council of the national organization Trout Unlimited, which has more than 156,000 members nationwide.  TU's national offices are based in the Washington, D.C. area. From grassroots habitat protection to high-level government lobbying, TU's efforts target the "Four Hs" of fisheries conservation: habitat, hydropower, harvest and hatcheries.

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