The Griffith Circle

"The natural resources we love can and will respond to us with equal love."  -George Griffith

Trout Unlimited was born in 1959 when George Griffith brought together a group of anglers at his home on the banks of the Au Sable River in Michigan. George Griffith and these other founders made a plan to unite the angling community around a common purpose: to take care of the wild and native trout and salmon we all enjoy and appreciate.

The Griffith Circle honors the legacy of our founders while raising essential resources to continue the march toward their vision. Griffith Circle members show their commitment to all of Trout Unlimited's important work by making annual contributions of $1,000 or more. Your gifts will support the full range of Trout Unlimited projects–conservation science as well as environmental education, advocacy, hands-on restoration work, and so much more.

Griffith Circle Benefits

Griffith Circle members are entitled to the following special gifts and benefits in recognition of their commitment to protecting, reconnecting, and restoring trout and salmon habitat across our nation.

  • The Complete Angler newsletter featuring destination fishing opportunities, the newest gear, exclusive offers, insider information about TU intiatives, gorgeous imagery and stories about notable anglers, including your fellow Griffith Circle members
  • Invitations to join Trout Unlimited Great Conversations conference calls featuring discussions with TU's president Chris Wood and senior conservation staff
  • Opportunities to receive exclusive gifts provided by Trout Unlimited partners from the fly fishing industry
  • A handsome Griffith Circle membership pin for your lapel or favorite fishing hat
  • All standard Trout Unlimited membership benefits including TROUT magazine and membership in your local chapter

If you have any question about the Griffith Circle, please contact Elizabeth Haymaker at 703-284-9404 or ehaymaker@tu.org.

 

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