Learn about one of the most toxic sites on the Columbia River: Bradford Island and surrounding waters.
I hope you’re more motivated than ever to hold the U.S. government accountable for decades of dumping toxic pollution on Bradford Island and surrounding waters. I was blown away by our speakers, Davis Washines and Laura Shira of Yakama Nation’s Fisheries Program, who presented at Monday’s webinar, “Forgotten Toxic Waste Dump: The Bradford Island Story.” Davis’s words stuck with me: "We want you, along with us, to imagine a clean and productive river that sustains us.”
If you joined the webinar and want to share the experience with friends and family, please share this blog post. If you missed it, check out the recording here:
Take action today: sign our petition to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and post the petition on your social media channels.
Want to learn more? Check out Columbia Riverkeeper’s fact sheet on the Bradford Island cleanup.
People rely on clean water and toxic-free fish. That’s why Columbia Riverkeeper uses the law and grassroots organizing to advocate for cleanup at polluted sites.