Trout Unlimited’s work inspires in many ways.
For longtime member and volunteer leader Schuyler Sweet, being involved in a river protection project made such an impact he was moved to extreme generosity. His decision offers Trout Unlimited chapters an important source of funding to support acquisition and protection of land critical to trout and salmon conservation.
A member of TU’s Land Conservancy Fund workgroup, Sweet had just seen the successful acquisition of the Ammonoosuc River Forest, a nearly 300-acre parcel purchased by the Forest Society with help from many sources, including TU’s Land Conservancy Fund.
“Schuyler was so excited he called me and said, ‘Let’s have lunch,’” recalled Paul Doscher, TU Trustee and co-founder of the fund.
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