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Advocacy

  • Conservation Advocacy

    Reconnecting the Klamath

    FERC’s license surrender order clears the path to remove four old dams on the Lower Klamath River The decades-long campaign Trout Unlimited and our Tribal and conservation partners have waged to restore the third most productive river for salmon and steelhead on the West Coast has taken a dramatic leap forward. Today, the Federal Energy…

  • American Places Advocacy

    Military, mountains, and a new monument

    President Biden designates his first national monument in the Rocky Mountains, recognizing the history of WWII soldiers who later became the catalyst for America’s burgeoning outdoor recreation economy Earlier this week, President Biden visited Colorado to honor the U.S. Army’s 10th Mountain Division, which trained at Camp Hale in the Rocky Mountains during WWII to…

  • Featured Advocacy

    TU’s Advocate-in-Chief

    A round of applause for a federal policy pro who “never met a wild trout stream he wouldn’t defend” As a talented lifelong athlete, Steve Moyer has collected plenty of hardware. Now he has a new award to put on the shelf, one earned not for a single great performance, but for a lifetime of…

  • Featured Advocacy

    Mr. Moyer goes to Washington

    For more than 30 years, TU’s Steve Moyer has been fighting for coldwater conservation in the nation’s capitol WASHINGTON, DC. -- Growing up outside Philadelphia, Steve Moyer enjoyed the proverbial best of both worlds. The big city was just 20 miles away from Hatfield, Pa., but Moyer’s home had a creek running through the back…