our mission is to connect people to the outdoors and each otherAbout Chapter TU420 Tulsa
TU420, the “Dave Whitlock Chapter” of Trout Unlimited in Tulsa, Oklahoma, is dedicated to the preservation, restoration, and responsible management of our local trout and freshwater ecosystems.
Our mission is to promote conservation, education, and community engagement to ensure the long-term health and vitality of these precious natural resources. Through our unwavering commitment, we strive to inspire a deeper understanding and appreciation of the unique beauty and significance of Tulsa’s waterways.
With a focus on active participation and collaboration, we work tirelessly to protect and enhance our aquatic environments, striving for a future where clean, healthy streams and abundant trout populations are enjoyed by current and future generations alike.
Join us in our mission to safeguard the heritage of our waters, leaving a legacy of thriving freshwater ecosystems for all to cherish and benefit from. Together, we make a meaningful difference in the conservation of Tulsa’s trout and freshwater habitats.
The Dave Whitlock Chapter
Welcome to TU420, the online home of the Tulsa, Oklahoma Chapter of Trout Unlimited, affectionately known as the “Dave Whitlock Chapter.”
Explore and Get Involved
Explore our site to learn about our ongoing projects and upcoming events. We invite you to join us in safeguarding the natural beauty of Tulsa’s waterways. Together, we make a significant impact on the future of Oklahoma’s trout and freshwater habitats.
Join the Dave Whitlock Chapter in our commitment to protect and nurture the environment. By becoming a member, you can actively contribute to our conservation efforts and support our education initiatives.
Have questions or want to get in touch? Feel free to contact us via email or phone. We would be delighted to hear from you and answer any inquiries you may have.
Thank you for visiting TU420, the online home of the Dave Whitlock Chapter. Together, let’s make a difference in the preservation of Tulsa’s waterways.