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Ask Your Representatives to Support Suction Dredge Reform!

On May 8th the House Energy and Environment Committee in the Oregon Legislature approved the Suction Dredge Reform bill (SB 3-A Engrossed) to move the bill to the full House. Can you ask your state representatives to stand up for clean water and support the Suction Dredge Reform bill?

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Stand up for Southern Oregon Streams!

Show your support for improving protections for streams that support salmon and steelhead here in the Siskiyou region. Called the “Siskiyou Exemption,” streams in southern Oregon are currently left out of a proposal to increase the size of buffers around streams that support salmon and steelhead on private forestland.

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News

Oregon Senate Passes Suction Dredge Reform Bill
Senate moves to protect Oregon's rivers and fish from in stream mining.
Trump Budget Bad News for Nature
Mail Tribune article addresses concerns from local environmental non-profits around Trump's proposed budget cuts to EPA and more.
Group Pushes for LNG Pipeline in Ads
Proponents for the Jordan Cove LNG project push TV ads on prime time during the Olympics.

It's New Member May!

Katherine LuscherBecome a member during May at a special price and receive member benefits: special prices to Rogue Riverkeeper events like the Wild & Scenic Film Festival and summer float trips. Click here to support Rogue Riverkeeper and become a new member.


Rogue Basin Poster Map

RRK map 400w

Ever wanted to know where Mystery Creek is located? Want to see what waterways have winter steelhead runs? 
 
Get your very own copy of our 24" by 36" poster map of the Rogue Basin and you'll find out. Click here to order your copy today. 

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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