Our latest action alerts, blog posts, and media highlights
Join Columbia Riverkeeper for our Nichols Natural Area Fall Work Parties on Wednesday, September 25 and Saturday, October 19.
Support clean water and protect people’s health: demand the Trump administration abandon its proposal to increase toxic pollution in Washington’s rivers.
Fight for baby salmon, petition Washington Department of Ecology
"... Global’s oil-by-rail plans pose a huge risk to people and clean water. ..." -Dan Serres, Conservation Director, Columbia Riverkeeper
“Today’s agreement is a win for clean water. Industrial polluters like Tapani must take responsibility for fouling local waterways,”
-Simone Anter, associate attorney with Columbia Riverkeeper.
Brett became Columbia Riverkeeper’s executive director in 2009 after serving as staff attorney.
We have a choice: fracked gas or clean technology.
As a member of Columbia Riverkeeper, we thought you’d appreciate this story of corporate greed and community resistance.
Big kudos to the people of Lewis County who are taking on Crystal Geyser and winning!
We took the Trump administration to court to demand an action plan to deal with the hot water crisis.