Stanley Cooper Sr. Chapter #251 - Trout Unlimited
At home in the beautiful rolling valley of Northeastern, Pennsylvania, the Stanley Cooper Sr. Chapter encompasses the Greater Wilkes-Barre Area. Drawing in more than 200 members, the chapter meets at VFW Anthracite Post 283, 757 Wyoming Ave. in Kingston at 7:30pm the second Tuesday of the month September through May; no meetings are scheduled during June, July or August.
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Stanley Cooper Sr Chapter of Trout Unlimited--Tuesday May 11 Public Meeting:
Scott Brady is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.
Topic: May Meeting of the Stanley Cooper Sr Chapter of Trout Unlimited
Time: May 11, 2021 07:30 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
What you will learn.
Trees and Trout, What do they have in common? With JOHN LEVITSKY Conservationist and Scientist.
Wild Trout live a life in water that is clean, cold, filled with aquatic life and terrestrial life that support trout life cycles.
What do trees have that trout need and how do they coexist?
We will discuss the importance of naturally reproducing trout under the tree canopy and how some trout get away with living under less trees with spring fed waters.