The Valley Forge Chapter of Trout Unlimited is dedicated to preserving, protecting, and restoring trout habitat throughout Chester County, Pennsylvania. Valley Forge Trout Unlimited is an active chapter effectively working to advance conservation efforts. Its 800-plus members and affiliates are engaged in the fight to preserve our precious cold water resources. All similarly inclined persons are invited to join in our efforts.
Valley Forge Trout Unlimited general meetings are open to the public. They are held the second Thursday of each month from September through May
General meetings will be held on-line until further notice
VFTU Annual Meeting
Thursday December 10th, 7:30 pm
will be held online!
Join by phone:
Dial in the US: 1 + (929) 436-2866 or 1 + (669) 900-6833
(for higher quality, dial a number based on your current location)
813 0459 6870
Election of officers and board members, a vote to approve amended bylaws and the drawing for the Clean Streams 2020 raffle will take place at this meeting.
See the VFTU News item below for details.
Please plan on joining us for our regularly scheduled monthly meetings featuring great speakers and terrific members! Click Here for more information
- Conserve, protect and restore cold water fisheries and their watersheds, principally in Chester County, Pennsylvania.
- Encourage proper land, water, fish and wildlife management and conservation.
- Promote and assist in the education of all citizens as to the need for preservation of the environment in as natural state as possible.
- Promote the philosophy, objectives and activities of Trout Unlimited.
Valley Forge Trout Unlimited sponsors a number of TIC programs in local schools. Click here to learn more.
Project Healing Waters is a nationwide program administered through the Veteran’s Administration that introduces fly fishing to veterans. Our chapter began this outreach program in 2012 and it is growing rapidly. Click here for more information on how we’re engaging our veterans in this rejuvenating project and how you can take part.
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