Got a minute?

Help us make fishing better

It only takes a minute to make a difference. Below are six ways to protect clean water right now.

Got a minute?

Help us make fishing better

It only takes a minute to make a difference. Below are six ways to protect clean water right now.

PROTECT

The Moving Forward Act

We have a remarkable opportunity that doesn’t come along very often—a chance to pass major legislation that would put Americans back to work while also promising cleaner water, healthier rivers and rebounding trout and salmon fisheries.

RESTORE

Great American Outdoors Act

It’s time for Congress to invest in America’s public lands. These are not just the places where we hunt, fish, and find ourselves. They are central to an $887 billion outdoor recreation economy that generates 7.6 million jobs.

PROTECT

Public Lands and Energy

The Public Lands Renewable Energy Development Act (PLREDA) balances the need for renewable energy with the protection of fish and wildlife in some of America’s most special places.

PROTECT

Save Bristol Bay

Wrong mine. Wrong place. Plain and simple. Despite a decade of opposition, the massive Pebble Mine in Bristol Bay is moving closer to reality.

RECONNECT

Snake River Dams

The Snake River basin boasts some of the best salmon and steelhead habitat in the Pacific Northwest, and yet it is seeing a dramatic drop in salmon and steelhead populations. The solution is removing four dams on the Lower Snake in Washington. If we do not act, these iconic fish will face extinction.

RESTORE

Abandoned Mines

Pollution from historic mines degrades thousands of miles of coldwater streams across the country. New rules and continued funding would make it possible for “Good Samaritan” groups like Trout Unlimited to clean them up.

How do I get engaged?

Contact your local chapter to help plan or join a restoration project in a watershed near you, reach out to your state council to find out ways you might engage with state-level advocacy on topics important to trout and salmon, or reach out to TU Volunteer Operations staff for help connecting with your local or state TU resources or locating other tools to help you engage locally.

Trout Unlimited conserves, protects and restores North America's coldwater fisheries and their watersheds.

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