Director's Message
2023 Plans for the River
What's New?
Crowd of people protesting fossil fuels, holding a sign that reads "don't give up" and a stop sign that reads "stop Zenith"
Zenith Paddle
6/11 in PDX

Portland is coming together with organizations and activists across the country to mobilize against local and national fossil fuel development.

Un-dam the Snake River
Speak up for salmon and Tribal rights!

The Biden Administration opened a formal public comment period about restoring salmon and removing the Lower Snake River dams.

Stop Goldendale Pumped Storage
Support Tribal Solidarity
Stop Goldendale Pumped Storage

The largest pumped-storage hydroelectric development proposal in the Pacific Northwest, threatens irreplaceable tribal cultural and religious resources, fish, and wildlife.

stop gtn xpress words across a map of oregon, washington, and idaho and a pipeline across those states
Stop GTN
Fracked Gas Fight Heating Up

Speak out in opposition to increasing the Pacific Northwest’s reliance on fracked gas.

Photo of woman, laurene, smiling. She is wearing a traditional woven hat that blocks her eyes from sun
New Newsletter
Is out!

In our first newsletter of the year, we spotlight Columbia Riverkeeper’s “Cleaning Up Hanford” program area, check out the stories online today, including extended versions and audio recordings.

Conoce tu Columbia launch party, Sept. 2017
Conoce Tu Columbia

Tune in to Conoce tu Columbia, Riverkeeper’s bilingual Spanish-language radio show. Through inspiring interviews, music, and commentary, the program shares stories of people who protect our health and water from pollution. 


Columbia Riverkeeper works to protect, restore, & care for the Columbia River.



How we do it:


We protect Columbia River communities and habitat from new threats, such as fossil fuel export terminals and intensive industrial development.


We restore our right to clean water and healthy fish by reducing toxic pollution.


We care for the river by providing hands-on opportunities for diverse communities to engage with their river.

New Newsletter: The Hanford Issue—Read it Now!

The fight to clean up the most polluted place in America.


We use legal advocacy and community organizing to stop pollution, fight fossil fuel terminals, save salmon, build stewardship, and clean up Hanford.