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Senior Organizer, Ubaldo Hernández, reflects on the lack of justice for George Floyd and countless others by recalling the unjust killing of Elfego Torres, 20 years ago in the Columbia River Gorge
Another Big Step Forward for Salmon and Clean Water
Conservation Director Dan Serres spoke with Emilia Ponti, a resident of Columbia County who founded Mothers for a Safe Columbia County to help draw attention to the dangers oil trains could bring to her community.
If you see tarballs or any other pollution report to Columbia Riverkeeper (541-387-3030) and the Oregon Emergency Response System at (1-800-452-0311).
Columbia Riverkeeper's Water Quality Director, Lorri Epstein, discusses questions around water quality and COVID-19, including risks to the river, and pathways for exposure.
We know that removing these four dams is the centerpiece of any serious effort to prevent the extinction of Snake River salmon and Southern Resident orcas.
“We applaud Gov. Inslee and the Washington Dept. of Ecology for standing strong to protect salmon, and the orcas that depend on salmon, from lethally hot water and oil pollution caused by the federal dams." -Brett VandenHeuvel, Columbia Riverkeeper.