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Thank You to Sam Drevo and Other Businesses Sponsors for Helping to Raise $23,000!
The Oregon Community Foundation’s new report, Oregonians Mobilizing for Change, features a prominent case study on Columbia Riverkeeper’s Nichols Natural Area.
When a pro-fossil-fuel trade group released a report listing fossil fuel projects thwarted by environmental groups, which groups did they mention the most? Sierra Club, Columbia Riverkeeper, and 350.org. Wear this as a badge of honor: the fossil fuel industry is complaining about us.
Take Action: Sign a petition to urge the City of Portland, Oregon DEQ, and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to deny authorizations for expanded tar sands train shipments through Portland.
Washington can ensure the Columbia Basin’s federal-dam operators address rising water temperatures, protect salmon, and help save the Southern Resident orcas from extinction.
You helped generate tens of thousands of public comments opposing oil trains, fracked gas refineries, and nuclear contamination.
The Crag Law Center has been a steady, effective legal advocate in many of Columbia Riverkeeper’s key campaigns.
You sent a powerful message: protect the Columbia River and ditch plans to re-define high-level radioactive waste.
Urge Governor Brown to save the orcas.
Seeking Staff Attorney to develop and execute Riverkeeper’s legal and policy work.