The condition of trout in East Tennessee as revealed by this winter’s electrostudies will be discussed on Thursday, April 12, by biologist Jim Habera at a free, public 7 p.m. meeting of the Clinch River Chapter of Trout Unlimited.
Due to conflict with a special event at our usual meeting place, this meeting will be in the fellowship hall at Norris First Baptist Church, 149 W. Norris
Road, Norris—kittycorner across the intersection from St. Francis Episcopal Church. The Baptist church fellowship hall is a separate building behind the church; please enter from the lower parking lot.
Habera (pictured) has worked since 1998 for Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency; his primary responsibility is Tennessee’s wild trout resources. He graduated from Sullivan East High School in 1980 and holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees in wildlife and fisheries science from the University of Tennessee.