We are a group of Fly Tyers who want to improve our tying skills. We come from as far north as Roseburg, Oregon and as far south as Yreka, California to converge on Gold Hill, Oregon. We are all different skill levels but we agree on the joy of Fly Tying.
Sorry about the bad link in the last blog post. The correct link is nolngexports.org. Belog is a repost from Rogue Riverkeeper. Thank you for all your good work.
IMPORTANT: 3 more weeks to submit your comments!
On May 22nd, a public comment period began for important Clean Water Act permit applications for the Jordan Cove LNG project. These permits are required for Pembina, a Canadian energy company, to construct and build the 229-mile Pacific Connector Pipeline and associated Jordan Cove LNG terminal. Rogue Riverkeeper and the coalition to stop this project are working hard to submit technical comments and assist YOU in writing your own. The time to speak up is now! The state of Oregon has the opportunity to stop this project in its tracks by denying these permits. Submit your personal comments and concerns regarding impacts to waterways like the Rogue and Klamath Rivers.
Help stop the pipeline by submitting your own personalized comments! Comments are due Friday July 20th, 2018.
Or Attend our Upcoming Comment Writing Workshop!
Join us to write your personal comments and concerns regarding important Clean Water Act permits for the Jordan Cove LNG project. Medford: Clean Water Act Permit Comment Writing Workshop Monday July 9th, 6 - 8PM Medford Library, Large Meeting Room 205 S. Central Ave Medford, OR 97501
Rogue Riverkeeper staff will be on hand to assist with detailed specifics, talking points, letter templates and more. There will be a short presentation about the permits, what they mean, what they do, and how denials of these permits will stop this project in its tracks. Feel free to bring your laptop or we will have letter templates that you can fill out and we will mail in for you.
Your voice is needed if you......
Raft or fish on the Rogue;
Are a landowner with a well or wetland on your property;
Like to go clamming or crabbing in Coos Bay;
Live in Medford and get your drinking water from Big Butte Springs;
Fish on the South Umpqua;
Own or guide for a rafting company on the Rogue;
Enjoy spending time at Lake of the Woods;
Are concerned with blasting, diverting, and construction impacts to small streams;
Don't want to see fresh water from the Klamath River used to test a massive pipe; or
You simply value healthy, clean, scenic, quiet, beautiful rivers, streams, and wetlands.
We have the opportunity to stop this project by raising our voices for the health and well being of our clean water resources! Please lend your voice by submitting comments or attending an upcoming comment writing workshop.
Thank you. For the Rogue!