Project Healing Waters hard at work in Oregon

Jerry Lorang of the Tualatin Valley chapter of Trout Unlimited is spearheading Project Healing Waters in Oregon. Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing, Inc. is dedicated to the physical and emotional rehabilitation of disabled active duty military personnel and veterans through fly fishing and fly tying education and outings. In this video, Lorang outlines some of the projects the organization has going on in Oregon.

For more info or to get involved with Project Healing Waters in Oregon, contact Jerry.

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4 Responses to Project Healing Waters hard at work in Oregon

  1. ken sandusky says:

    We have local Gaurdsmen returning home now to Klamath Falls. I was wondering if we could organize a day for them.

  2. guy naylor says:

    I am a disabled co mbat vet, while in seattle getting help for PTSD,i had the oppertunity to learn fly tying and whent on one tripp. I would like more of that instruction and trips. I live in oregon go to the portland va for treatment. who do I talk with thank you guy naylor.

  3. Jason Dodge says:

    I would like more info on events and how I can take advantage of this program.
    Thank you
    Jason Dodge

  4. Pieter Verdonk says:

    moved to the coast from the Bend and would like to get information to get into the Healing Waters project in the Portland or closest area. I was with the Bend chapter.

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