Next Chapter Meeting: Tuesday, November 28, 2017
Speaker: Dan Boward, Environmental Program Manager, Resource Assessment Service, Maryland Department of Natural Resources
Topic: Maryland’s two statewide freshwater stream monitoring programs
And ... James Harris: Owner of Beaver Creek Fly Shop will also be at the meeting with some cool fly fishing items for purchase before and after the program.
Our core membership area stretches from the Washington Beltway to Hancock MD and includes western Montgomery, southern Frederick, and Washington Counties. We also welcome members from anywhere outside this geographic area.
When you join TU, you are a member of a national, council (state), and local organization. SVTU is a local voice. The Mid-Atlantic Council (MAC) speaks for cold water at the state level. National TU works with Congress and agencies at the national level.
When you join the SVTU Chapter $15 of every new membership fee comes back to our chapter. To join, fill out the online form at TU National by clicking here. Once there, scroll down to 9MD Mid-Atlantic, Chapter 369 - Seneca Valley.
What we do
SVTU supports the national vision in
the following ways:
- Our chapter helps both financially and with volunteer hours to assist with restoration activities on Beaver Creek in Washington County
- Our volunteers help with maintenance activities on Little Seneca Creek in Montgomery County, southern Catoctin brook trout streams in Frederick County and maintenance of warmwater streams like Great Seneca Creek and areas of the Potomac River
- Youth fly-tying and fishing education events, adult fly tying, and assistance to Project Healing Waters events with our partner organizations
- Social events and our annual BBQ for members and guests
SVTU recognized for building partnerships with IWLA
SVTU received both the Maryland Division and National IWLA “Honor Roll Award” for our working partnership with the Rockville Chapter of IWLA. Read more.
On September 16, 2016, the chapter lost a long-time member of SVTU, Dr. Charles August. You will be missed. Read more.
The “Adaptive Caster”
This will be a series of articles written by Dave Cleaves a FFF-certified fly-casting instructor. Read about: