The Division of Wildlife Resources and U.S. Forest Service have provided an update on their plans to treat waters in the High Uintas to remove nonnative fish and then reintroduce native cutthroat trout to the streams and lakes. DWR Regional Outreach Manager Tonya Kieffer-Selby says that even with the treatments, there will be hundreds of miles of high Uinta mountain streams to fish brook trout and other trout species. “Brook trout will still be stocked in many of the same places, just not in the four proposed project watersheds,” she explains. The final Environmental Impact Statement for this proposed project will soon be available for public review. The treatments would occur from 2022 to 2034.
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