Our latest action alerts, blog posts, and media highlights
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.
The people of the Pacific Northwest strongly opposed dirty coal. And we won. DNR decision will prevent the shipment of climate-wrecking coal around the world. Washington is charting a new course for clean water and clean energy. We hope Millennium gets the message.
Students learn, plants grow, and community roots dig deep at the Nichols Natural Area.
Read more to learn about recent developments with our education program and flourishing riparian habitat.
As our Water Quality Technicians, Sam and Carly test water quality at 16 beaches in the Columbia Gorge and Portland area.
A new study by ECONorthwest finds “society would likely be better off without the [four Lower Snake] dams.”
Standing with Immigrant Communities
As someone who cares about Hanford cleanup, I wanted to share the latest developments—and ask for your help spreading the word about the dire need for cleanup at the most toxic place in America.