Our latest action alerts, blog posts, and media highlights
Oregon DEQ Approves Permit for Two Oil Trains Each Day Through Portland, Other Communities
Columbia Riverkeeper Sounds Alarm Over Energy Department's Plan for Aging Structures at Hanford Nuclear Site.
In a powerful essay, Columbia Riverkeeper’s staff attorney, Simone Anter, Jicarilla Apache and Yaqui, explores and articulates how Black Lives Matter is inextricably tied to environmentalism and Columbia Riverkeeper’s work.
We're still monitoring! Monitoring launched June 8, 2020. Through summer, Riverkeeper will monitor beaches to track water quality conditions.
Lawsuit Challenges EPA Rollback of Human Health Water Standards in Washington State.
The Trump Administration attempts to block Washington State from protecting salmon from hot water caused by federal dams
On Four-Year Anniversary of Mosier Oil Train Derailment, Over 1,200 Call on Oregon DEQ to Deny Air Pollution Permit for Oil Train Terminal
Our vision is a Columbia River that unites people to fight for clean water, abundant fish and wildlife, and our climate. We can only achieve this if we raise our voice and use our platform and resources to fight systemic racism.
We at Columbia Riverkeeper share the grief and anger over the senseless murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and so many others who have lost their lives to violence fueled by racism.