Trout Unlimited has returned to Middle Tennessee. We're proud to announce the formation of the Music City Chapter of Trout Unlimited, newly chartered to continue the work and legacy of the former Cumberland Chapter. TU has a long history in the area, advocating for the health of the cold water fisheries in the mid-state. Now, via Music City Trout Unlimited, that important work will carry on.
To kick start this new phase, the group is looking forward to hosting you for dinner, and an update on Trout Unlimited efforts, at the Peg Leg Porker in Nashville, November 13th from 5:30-7:30. Please join them to hear from the Nashville District of the Army Corps of Engineers, on the status of dam repair projects at Center Hill, and an overview of the USACE's water quality monitoring in the Caney Fork River. They're pleased to host the district's leadership, and look forward to an on-going partnership in supporting the trout habitat in the Caney Fork.
In addition to an update from the USACE, we'll have Tennessee Wildlife Federation CEO Mike Butler join us, to provide an update from the TWF. The TWF has been in conversation with TWRA regarding the management of canoe liveries and commercial operation on rivers state wide. The organizers look forward to hearing from Mike, and partnering with the TWF on these efforts.