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Strengthen Protections for the Rogue from Polluted Runoff

Stormwater runoff is a major source of pollution from our cities and towns. Ask DEQ to strengthen a proposed stormwater general permit for Oregon to better protect clean water in the Rogue Basin.

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Help Protect Rivers From Logging Road Runoff

The EPA has a responsibility to protect our rivers, streams and fish from pollution sources. Tell them that logging and other forest roads should be considered a pollution source and to be managed as such.

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Group Pushes for LNG Pipeline in Ads
Proponents for the Jordan Cove LNG project push TV ads on prime time during the Olympics.
Citizen Water Patrol
Rogue Riverkeeper volunteers will collect samples from local water bodies to test bacteria levels and post the information online.
Federal Court Upholds Oregon’s Right to Protect Water Quality and Fish Habitat
Court Finds That Restrictions on Mining Methods Are Clearly Within the State’s Authority

4th Annual Wild & Scenic Film Fest

wsff imageRogue Riverkeeper is proud to host the 4th annual Wild & Scenic Film Fest On Tour at SOU's Music Recital Hall.

Enjoy great adventure and environmental films, food beverages, a silent auction and more all while supporting our work for clean water in the Rogue Basin. Click here for tickets and more information.

Hot Topics

Suction DredgingSuction Dredging in Oregon
Suction dredge gold mining is literally sucking up our steams and rivers, harming aquatic ecosystems in the process.
Hot Topic LNG 158Liquefied Natural Gas
Energy companies continue to pursue LNG exports from southern Oregon by proposing to transport massive amounts of fracked gas through the Rogue Basin.
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Where Is It Safe To Swim?

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We sample weekly at popular swimming, boating and fishing spots and post the results to The Swim Guide website. Also available for iPhone and Android.

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