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Wyden and Merkley Introduce Wild Rogue Bill in 113th Congress

It’s a new year and a new Congress and we are happy to announce that Senators Wyden and Merkley just introduced the Wild Rogue legislation to protect one of the wildest stretches of the lower Rogue River. We want to thank you all for supporting this effort and helping achieve an early introduction in the 113th Congress.

It is a long process for a bill to become a law. Every two years when a new congressional session begins any bill that was not passed into law must start from scratch. The Wild Rogue bill must now navigate through a number of different legislative steps. While this may sound daunting, this is the process every bill goes through.

With the early introduction of Wild Rogue legislation we are better positioned in this congress than we have ever been before. We are hopeful that the 113th Congress will make these important protections the law. Now is the time to advocate for this special place.

With your help and continued support we will work to protect this special river. 

If you haven't signed the our Petition yet please do so here

You can also go to our Wild Rogue Alliance Facebook page and “like” us.  

The Solution

Wild Lands
Learn about our proposal to protect nearly 60,000 acres of wildlands in the lower Rogue watershed.

Wild Rivers
Learn about the approximately 93 miles of Wild Rogue tributaries that should be added to the lower Rogue River Wild & Scenic River system.

Click here to download a fact sheet and learn more about Wilderness and Wild and Scenic protections.


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REPORTS: Economic reports on the importance of Rogue recreation and salmon.

VIDEO: "Run, Rogue Run!"

IN THE NEWS: Read about the Rogue.

MAPS: Click here to see our Wild & Scenic and Wilderness proposal.  Download maps of coho/chinook, steelhead and elk habitat in the Wild Rogue area.

Poll shows support for protecting lower Rogue Feb 23, 2012
Get Involved

TAKE ACTION: Sign a petition to Save the Wild Rogue.

HIKES: Join us in 2012 for a hike in the Wild Rogue canyon.

SUPPORTERS: Join the growing number of businesses, organizations and associations who endorse the Wild Rogue campaign.



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