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Oregon Land Use Board of Appeals reviews proposal to open high-value farmland in Columbia County to Industrial Development, written ruling scheduled for November 29, 2018.
Have you been successful in the stock market? If so, consider protecting clean water in a unique way. If you own appreciated stock, consider donating the stock instead of cash. Read more to learn about tax benefits of donating appreciated stock.
“Because of today’s victory, EPA will finally write a comprehensive plan to deal with dams’ impacts on water temperature and salmon survival,” -Brett VandenHeuvel, Executive Director of Columbia Riverkeeper.
Invite: Hanford Meetings: 10/16 in Portland; 11/1 in Hood River
Hear the stories why your fellow members contribute their time, resources, and creativity to the Columbia River.
Former Fruit Valley Neighborhood Association Secretary Linda Garcia and Port of Vancouver USA Commissioner Eric LaBrant reflect on stopping the North America's largest proposed oil-by-rail terminal.
We sat down with Futurewise, Watershed Alliance of SW Washington, OPAL Environmental Justice Oregon, and Lower Columbia Fish Recovery Board that received funding through Columbia Riverkeeper lawsuits to find out how penalty funds are fueling important work to protect salmon, educate the next gene
Alfrieda Peters shares how she's working to protect the Columbia from Hanford’s nuclear legacy.
Former Congresswoman and Columbia Riverkeeper Co-Founder Elizabeth Furse shares her role in bringing together local Columbia River nonprofits to form Columbia Riverkeeper.
Khanh Pham, manager of Immigrant Organizing with the Asian Pacific American Network of Oregon (APANO), shares her thoughts on a historic opportunity for Portland to take a stand on climate change and inequality.