Trout Waters Youth Camp

Please check back for 2023 Camp dates and we look forward to seeing you all!

Willow Planting

Al Hazzard and Chenango Valley Chapters of Trout Unlimited partner with N.Y.S.D.E.C. each year in planting willow trees along Genegantslet Creek. “Streamside plantings are critically important for stabilizing stream banks, decreasing erosion, slowing flood waters, and protecting water infrastructure,” says Commissioner Basil Seggos of NYSDEC. This is an effort to protect water quality and trout habitat.

Kids Fishing Derby

Stay tuned for our next Derby!

Trout in the Classroom

Check back for details on the 2022-2023 school year and how to get involved!

Stream Clean-up in the Spring

In an effort to follow Presidential guidelines in supporting social distancing, our annual stream clean-up in April has been postponed. Please check back for updates, thank you!

With Your Help, We Are Fulfilling Our Mission and Helping Our Youth


Dr. Albert S. Hazzard chartered our Chapter in 1971 and we continue working to preserve our streams and waterways. Join us at our next event to see more! Click here for the Calendar!


All are welcome to join us! Membership can be registered through the National Trout Unlimited website, here.  
You are joining our
Al Hazzard Chapter #31.

Trees Planted

We have assisted NYSDEC in planting over 3,000 trees in the last several years to prevent erosion of stream banks…


Join us at one of our monthly meetings where we hear from knowledgable speakers; lend a hand to our youth, eager to learn about  fishing and conservation; or volunteer at one of our fun community events!

Your Membership Makes a HUGE Impact

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