The new cross border chapter of Trout Unlimited was created by Trout Unlimited members in the greater Lewiston-Clarkston-Moscow-Pullman Region in January 2016. Those members came from the Spokane Falls Chapter of Trout Unlimited and the Idaho Panhandle Chapter of Trout Unlimited. This new chapter of Trout Unlimited now provides a local chapter for the 160 members of Trout Unlimited who reside in the region. The rough borders of this new chapter will consist of all or portions of Clearwater, Idaho, Latah, Lewis, Nez Perce counties in Idaho and Asotin, Columbia, Garfield and Whitman counties in Washington, just about 18,000 square miles, and about 184,000 people reside in that area. The chapter extends to the northern border of Latah and Clearwater counties south to the White Bird area in Idaho County in Idaho. North of the Palouse River in Whitman County make up the northern border in Washington, while the Oregon/Washington state line in Asotin, Garfield and Columbia counties in Washington shall make up the southern border of the chapter. The Idaho/Montana border make up the eastern border and the western borders of Whitman and Columbia counties in Washington make up the western border of the chapter. The Clearwater-Snake Rivers Chapter territory is about 100 miles from north to south and 190 miles east to west. The chapter territory is roughly the size of the states of New Hampshire and Vermont combined. Twelve chapters of Trout Unlimited serve the coldwater fisheries in the states of New Hampshire and Vermont. So, we have our work cut out for us. Our region is where the rubber meets the road, so to speak, we are the epicenter of what could be the greatest river restoration project in the lower 48 states. We are in the lower Snake and we could be a part of the greatest restoration of a wild salmon and steelhead run in North America, if not the world. Please join us here and help us improve our fisheries for the next generation. You will find our chapter #935 under the Idaho chapters currently at that link.