Our chapter bylaws were amended and updated by unanimous vote of the membership at our September 13, 2018 annual meeting. You can view and download a copy of your own at the right, and we encourage you to read through them to better understand how the business of our chapter is conducted.
We’re also forming a policies, procedures and documents review committee in Spring, 2019. The committee’s purpose will be to evaluate how and why we’re doing things as a chapter now, and give the board advice and suggestions about how we can make things better, more accessible and more transparent.
If you’re interested in serving on that committee, please contact chapter president Sara Jerome.
The Pisgah Chapter of Trout Unlimited
The Pisgah Chapter
Pisgah Chapter of Trout Unlimited is nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains in Brevard, NC, and serves Henderson, Transylvania and Polk Counties. Chartered in 1969, the Chapter has dedicated more than 45 years to cold water conservation. From our humble beginnings of 29 members we have grown to nearly 400.
The Pisgah Chapter was the 34th chapter chartered by Trout Unlimited and the 3rd in North Carolina. That's quite a legacy when you consider that Trout Unlimited is a national organization with about 300,000 members and supporters organized into over 400 chapters and councils from Maine to Montana to Alaska.
Regular chapter meetings are held the second Thursday of each month except July, August and December at Guidon Brewing, 415 8th Avenue East, just north of downtown Hendersonville, Everyone is invited to come by for great fellowship and Dry Falls has an excellent beer selection and delicious food truck. During July, August, and December, we will be meet socially at Dry Falls Brewing with no chapter business planned.
Our meetings feature interesting guest presenters, updates on national, state, and local issues, and upcoming volunteer opportunities. Membership is not required to join Pisgah TU meetings and everyone is welcome!
Keep up with all Pisgah Chapter events and updates by signing up for our monthly newsletter, Snags & Snarls. By signing up for our email newsletter, you can also receive chapter emails about important announcements and events. If you wish to be included in our email list, please let us know by using the the Contact Us link below:
Thanks to many years of good stewardship and the continued generosity of generations of members, Pisgah TU enjoys a firm financial footing and as a result is able to commit to effective partnerships with other conservation organizations, and to longitudinal programs that require significant financial commitment over time, like the Davidson River Habitat Enhancement Project.
We invite you to join Pisgah TU to get more involved in trout conservation at the local, state, and national level. You will meet new friends and also learn a lot of great fishing tips from your fellow members. Click the Membership link on your right to learn more about how to join!
The Endowment Fund
The Pisgah Chapter of Trout Unlimited Endowment Fund was established by the board in January 2014.