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Leo Gomolchak Conservation Grant Program
The Cheyenne Mountain Chapter (CMCTU) has been awarded funding from Colorado Trout Unlimited under the Leo Gomolchak Conservation Grant Program for the establishment of an online forum /electronic archive site to improve collaboration and dissemination of information within the TU community, regarding the efforts of the various TU entities, federal and state agencies and other NGOs to protect and restore the
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2014 CMCTU Fall Raffle
WE HAVE A WINNER!!
Congratulations to our CMCTU Grand raffle winner Mike Hicks , SGT US Army / Fort Carson with Richard Luce VP Development and 1SG Burney. SGT Hicks picking up his Citori White Lightning 20 gauge over & under shotgun. "Air Assault SGT Hicks , Hooah !
2015 CMCTU Spring Raffle
CMCTU will kick-off our 2015 Spring Raffle at the Denver Fly Fishing Show the starting January 9th and the following weekend at the ISE Denver. Tickets will be sold at the CMCTU booth at the Fly Fishing Show. CMCTU will be selling tickets at the ISE in collaboration with Robert Younghanz at his booth. The theme of the raffle is Give the Boy Scouts a chance at their Fly Fishing Merit Badge at Camp Alexander. The date of the drawing is May 26th, and the prizes are either a Beretta Silver Pigeon 12 ga. Over and Under Shotgun or a Sage Circa 9 ft., 4 pc., 5 wt., Fly Rod with Abel Large Arbor, Brown Trout Pattern Fly Reel, Umpqua Waist Pack and Rio Perception 5 WF Fly Line.
Colorado Springs hands Jones Park to El Paso County
"The Colorado Springs City Council signed over a 1,191-acre swath of forestland known as Jones Park to El Paso County, which promises to keep the land open to the public.
The council voted 7-2 on Tuesday to give the city-owned land in Pike National Forest to the county's park system. Council members Helen Collins and Andy Pico voted against donating the land, which recently was appraised at $2.4 million if sold without restrictions on potential uses, and $1.2 million if potential buyers had to guarantee keeping public access.
El Paso County Commissioner Sallie Clark was excited about the land deal, saying that the county expects the deal to be finalized by mid-February - then planning trails and public use will begin.
"We will get the title transferred and then start working with the federal government," Clark said.
Jones Park straddles El Paso and Teller counties and had been in the city's ownership since the 1890s ...."
THE CHEYENNE MOUNTAIN CHAPTER OF TROUT UNLIMITED IS A NON PROFIT 501(C)(3) ORGANIZATION AND DONATIONS ARE TAX DEDUCTIBLE. WE ARE REGISTERED WITH THE IRS UNDER FEIN NUMBER 52-1765550.
WE ARE COMMITTED TO CONSERVING, PROTECTING, AND RESTORING COLORADO’S COLD WATER FISHERIES AND THEIR WATERSHEDS