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Rivercourse Applications are being accepted for NCTU’s Rivercourse Coldwater Conservation & Fly Fishing Youth Camp. The camp is sponsored by the North Carolina State Council of Trout Unlimited and emphasizes Trout Unlimited’s Mission — the conservation, restoration and preservation of coldwater fisheries and their watersheds – while teaching campers the basics of fly fishing, a sport for a lifetime. We’ll select and notify campers in mid-April, so there is still time to apply but don’t wait! To learn more about the program, or to learn about applying for Rivercourse, volunteer opportunities or to give a gift in support of the program please visit the Rivercourse website or contact Administrative Director Reba Brinkman or Camp Director David Vigue for more information. Our chapter leaders were asked last month to consider supporting Rivercourse with a contribution from the chapter. We hope you’ve heard about that and have either made the commitment or are planning to discuss it soon. With the continued generosity of TU chapters and members, we can keep tuition more affordable for students and maintain the high quality and standards for which the camp is famous. You can also give an individual gift to Rivercourse by visiting https://rivercourse.org/give. Thank you for your support! 4
The monthly newsletter of the North Carolina Council of Trout Unlimited.