Read the resources available in the Stop River Killing Index.
Read the March 2007 Rotenone Re-
Write a letter to the editor of any publication that runs an article about the use of Rotenone or Antimycin A for the removal of nonnative fish, including, and especially, your local paper. The editorial page is one of the most important sections of any newspaper. More people read the "Letters to the Editor" section than any other section. This is an ideal forum for conveying your message about river killing. Not sure how to get started? Earthjustice has a great list of tips on their website titled, "How can I write an effective letter to the editor?" Go!
Pass your message on to your friends and colleagues. Invite them to view this website and get involved. Go!
The Center for Biological Diversity has a great database of elected officials. Simply put in your zip code to find your representatives. Tell your representative of your concerns about the use of Rotenone, and inform them of the risks. Go!
Montana's South Fork Flathead Watershed Westslope Cutthroat Trout Conservation Program
can still be stopped. Send letters, e-
Contact Montana Congressional Representatives. Go!
Contact Governor Brian Schweitzer. Go!
Contact Montana state representatives. Go!
Contact Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks Director Joe Maurier. Go!