The Battle at Boxwood is an annual event that serves as both a fishing tournament and a fundraiser for Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing, Inc and the veterans we serve. The 6th Annual Battle at Boxwood will take place on July 16, 2016 in Shawnee, Colorado at Boxwood Gulch Ranch.
In "Emerger" the team at "Where the River Runs" tell the story of Sergeant Wes Dyer, United States Marine Corps. The short film shares how Wes was able to find a renewed sense of purpose and peace through fly fishing.
We were honored to have our organization, cause, and veterans featured on The NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt on July 4. 2016. This special piece encapsulates our mission, scope, and unique form of therapy.
We invite you to Tune-in TONIGHT July 4, 2016 to the NBC Nightly News for a special segment on Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing.
Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing (PHWFF), a nation-wide non-profit 50l (c)(3) organization incorporated in Maryland in 2007, is seeking a new Chief Executive Officer [CEO]. PHWFF’s mission is dedicated to the physical and emotional rehabilitation of disabled active duty military service personnel and disabled veterans, through fly fishing and associated activities, including education and outings. Headquarters is located in La Plata, Maryland, within commuting distance of Washington D.C.
Aaron Heusinkveld, PHWFF veteran participant and host of VETERANSVIEW4U, recently traveled to Bozeman, Montana for a special PHWFF National Destination trip. The trip offered numerous fishing venues including the world famous Yellowstone River among others.
Our good friends at Fly Lords have teamed up with renowned fly fishing artist Casey Underwood for a collaborative project focused on raising funds and awareness of our cause and the veterans we serve. The result is an awesome pocket t-shirt emblazoned with an American Flag trout design that is being exclusively offered for sale by Fly Lords with all proceeds going to our cause.
As a way of recognizing the tens of thousands of volunteer hours given each year to Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing by our talented and caring volunteers, PHWFF has instituted the Outstanding Volunteer Award. Each year, one volunteer from each of our regions is selected for this honor. We extend a sincere thank you to Temple Fork Outfitters for their support of our program and for providing each award recipient with a fly rod. Join us in thanking all of our volunteers and congratulating each of these deserving recipients
Each year we recognize a veteran participant from each of our regions. The following participants for 2015 have caught the PHWFF vision and made it their own. Join us in congratulating each of these deserving recipients, and may they have many happy days of fly fishing ahead of them.
PROJECT HEALING WATERS FLY FISHING, INC. (PHWFF) was pleased to present the Patriot Award to John Woodling for sustained extraordinary service for more than five years
Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing, Inc. is dedicated to the physical and emotional rehabilitation of disabled active military service personnel and disabled veterans through fly fishing and associated activities including education and outings.
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