Our latest action alerts, blog posts, and media highlights
Today, Columbia Riverkeeper joined seven organizations in filing a Safe Drinking Water Act petition to the U.S.
Every month in 2020 Columbia Riverkeeper will feature a harrowing David-versus-Goliath story of people coming together to fight for what they love. This month, we turn back the clock to 2015: the fossil fuel industry targeted the Columbia to build a massive oil refinery.
In the news: Department of Ecology News Release - Jan. 6, 2020 Ecology issues $1 million fine to U.S. Department of Energy for not providing access to crucial data
The feds are withholding key information about cleanup at the most polluted place on Earth: Hanford. We support Ecology's decision to fine the Dept. of Energy for withholding crucial data.
Food Processing Company Agrees to Comply with Law, Pay $150,000 in Clean Water Lawsuit brought by Columbia Riverkeeper
“Today’s agreement is a win for clean water. We are holding industrial polluters accountable for releasing toxic water pollution.
Columbia Riverkeeper works with people in dozens of communities—from rural to urban—who share the same goals: Protect the health of their families and the places they love.
EPA must protect Columbia Basin salmon and steelhead from dangerously warm river temperatures
“... We are ready to have this important ordinance back in place.”
-Dan Serres, Conservation Director, Columbia Riverkeeper
We need people from around the Northwest to give feedback
What does fighting for clean water and our climate mean to you? Our members and partners had this to say:
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