Media

Columbia Riverkeeper is regularly featured in national and regional media, because we work on important climate and clean water issues.

For Media Requests, contact Liz Terhaar, Communications Director: (503.784.5324), liz@columbiariverkeeper.org.

Recent press highlights:

Oregon Public Broadcasting reports

"Controversial Kalama Methanol Plant May Be Misleading Public, Regulators" -April 19, 2019.

seattle times, dams
"EPA ices WA state’s effort to regulate hot water in Columbia, Snake rivers"
Seattle Times

 The Trump administration & WA State squared off over EPA's decision to rollback efforts to tackle pollution from federal dams on the Columbia and Snake rivers.

Nichols Natural Area logo
"Once Upon a Delta"
Gorge Magazine

The past is part of the future at Nichols Natural Area.

 

Seattle Times oped art
"The state must reject new gas and oil projects to save the planet"
Seattle Times

Co-authored opinion piece calling on Governor Inslee to lean into his climate leadership and reject the Kalama methanol refinery.

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In the News

Columbia Riverkeeper is regularly featured in media discussing our work on important climate and clean water issues. 

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April Enews

Fracked Gas Event, Tar Sands Trains, We're Hiring, and more!

Southern resident killer whales, Photo by NOAA Fisheries
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Columbia Riverkeeper's work on important climate and clean water issues is regularly featured in the news.

Columbia Riverkeeper press releases, white papers, photography, and video.

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