Our latest action alerts, blog posts, and media highlights
We sat down with Futurewise, Watershed Alliance of SW Washington, OPAL Environmental Justice Oregon, and Lower Columbia Fish Recovery Board that received funding through Columbia Riverkeeper lawsuits to find out how penalty funds are fueling important work to protect salmon, educate the next gene
Alfrieda Peters shares how she's working to protect the Columbia from Hanford’s nuclear legacy.
Former Congresswoman and Columbia Riverkeeper Co-Founder Elizabeth Furse shares her role in bringing together local Columbia River nonprofits to form Columbia Riverkeeper.
Khanh Pham, manager of Immigrant Organizing with the Asian Pacific American Network of Oregon (APANO), shares her thoughts on a historic opportunity for Portland to take a stand on climate change and inequality.
“The Kalama Lateral Pipeline would create a three-mile-long scar across Cowlitz County. It’s wrong to place the interests of fossil fuel corporations above those of private landowners” -Jasmine Zimmer-Stucky, Senior Organizer with Columbia Riverkeeper.
“Oil pollution from dams must stop. People rely on clean water and healthy salmon runs. It’s past time for the public utility districts to protect clean water in the Columbia Basin” -Brett VandenHeuvel, Executive Director for Columbia Riverkeeper.
Portland Clean Energy Initiative ensures that large retail corporations making over $1 billion a year pay their fair share on the revenues they make here in Portland.
We are excited to announce our newest team member Sandy Wright, Development Director. Shortly before joining Riverkeeper, Sandy visited the headwaters of the Columbia and beyond.
We share our deepest condolences on the passing of Jake Jacob—a good friend, visionary, and fierce advocate for the Columbia.
Fact: 42% of Longview’s youth live within 1.5 miles of the proposed anhydrous ammonia facility.