GET INVOLVED

Join Trout Unlimited.

Trout Unlimited’s volunteers contribute upwards of 700,000 volunteer hours every year to protecting, reconnecting and restoring our trout and salmon fisheries. TU offers dozens of ways for you to connect with your fellow anglers and become a part of the TU community. Put your passion for trout, salmon and fishing to work, and give back to the resource that has given you so much.

Our hope is that clean, cold, fishable water exists for generations to come, but we can’t do it without the support of committed anglers and conservationists like you.

Become a TU Member today or renew your existing membership.

Make a donation to the Pisgah Chapter of TU.

The Pisgah Chapter of Trout Unlimited is quite active in our region, and appreciates your financial support of our conservation and restoration efforts very much.  The money you give here stays here, and will directly benefit your neighbors, friends and you, too.  Donations of any amount are welcome, and you can even spread your payments over time.  Visit our secure “Make a Gift” page to learn more about how you can help, and make your gift today.

Make a donation to Trout Unlimited.

If you’d like to support TU’s mission at a national level,  there are many ways to make a tax-deductible donation.  You can take advantage of great deals on high-end gear with your gift as well as general or memorial/honor donations. You can also participate in matching gift campaigns, as well as find other ways to give through workplace, planned giving, stocks and more.

Volunteer.

Our chapter is made up entirely of volunteers, and volunteers do all the work in fulfilling the chapter’s mission:  to conserve, protect and restore coldwater fisheries and their watersheds in the Western North Carolina region.  There are many ways to get involved, including some where you don’t have to get your hands dirty (even though we think that’s part of the fun).

Visit our Programs page to learn more about our organized education, conservation and restoration activities and learn how you can play an important part in all of them.

Be an activist.

Federal, state, county and local government officials need to hear from you on many pieces of important legislation.  Trout Unlimited has a terrific resource for identifying these needs and the best ways to make your voice heard.  We encourage you to engage respectfully and passionately.

Learn more by visiting the Action Center on the national TU website.