Long-sought legislation to honor Frank and Jeanne Moore and deliver steelhead protections on North Umpqua passes the U.S. Senate.
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Tell Congress to support the Frank and Jeanne Moore Wild Steelhead Special Management Area on Oregon’s Steamboat Creek.
Legislation would honor legendary couple and protect clean water, the economy and wildlife.
Seafood Watch’s latest recommendation for steelhead from the peninsula overlooks compelling evidence.
Map of the proposed Frank and Jeanne Moore Wild Steelhead Special Management Area. Legislation was re-introduced by Oregon Senators Ron Wyden and Jeff Merkley and Congressman Peter DeFazio in 2017.
Wyden and Merkley ask Congress to protect one of the country’s great steelhead refuges and honor Frank and Jeanne Moore.
Protecting Oregon’s North Umpqua, while honoring World War II veteran Frank Moore.
Three WSC science projects that seek to understand salmon resilience in a changing world.
“Frank Moore is a hero. Frank’s humble and soft-spoken demeanor belies a lifetime of passionate and effective stewardship of Oregon’s wild steelhead and their habitats. His legendary prowess as a fly fisherman has mentored generations into the sustainable use and enjoyment of this great resource.”