TU relies on volunteer leaders working in collaboration with staff to deliver on the mission through advocacy, hands-on restoration and community engagement work.
Because TU members have rolled rocks, planted willows, picked up trash, taught the next generation of local kids to fish and care about the resource, and much more… when TU members speak-up for trout and salmon, they are heard. This makes TU uniquely positioned to make real and lasting impacts on conservation advocacy.
Of course, an organized, effective volunteer advocacy campaign does not always happen of its own accord, and TU’s rapid growth and unique organizational structure can present challenges in terms of effective coordination aligning staff with grassroots engagement in complementing ways. Accordingly, this section of the Tacklebox is designed to help with just that and is loaded with resources to help TU volunteer leaders embark on effective advocacy campaigns.
Resources for the Clean Water Act