Our latest action alerts, blog posts, and media highlights
Tell the U.S. Dept. of Energy that Short-Term Plans Do Not Equal Long-Term Cleanup
Call for Artwork Theme:
“Reclaiming our River from Hanford’s Nuclear Legacy"
Columbia Riverkeeper's Executive Director, Brett VandenHeuvel, shares how our team of attorneys and community organizers are hard at work, responding to a flurry of federal actions to gut environmental and public health protections.
Great news! Congress recently expanded the tax benefits for charitable donations made this calendar year, even for taxpayers who take the standard deduction. Learn more about how you can support Columbia Riverkeeper and your favorite charities.
Columbia Riverkeeper’s community organizer, Kate Murphy, reflects on how people are speaking up for the Pacific Northwest’s iconic salmon and orcas.
Washington state can protect salmon, orcas, and the communities that depend on them.
The Clean Water Act requires the U.S. EPA to make a plan to help Columbia River salmon—and the people and orcas that depend on these fish.