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Today, the Washington Department of Ecology (Ecology) put a permit decision on hold for a massive fracked gas-to-methanol refinery in Kalama, WA.
Will you join these youth activists and fight for a stable climate?
Mike Harvey is one of Riverkeeper’s most enthusiastic volunteers. In 2019 alone, he has helped with the Pete Seeger Sing-along event, donated time to administrative tasks in the Portland office, and generously made Riverkeeper a beneficiary of his will.
All Hands on Deck Event: 10/3 at the Portland Patagonia Store
State has 30 Days to Stop World’s Largest Fracked Gas-to-Methanol Refinery
Join Columbia Riverkeeper for our Nichols Natural Area Fall Work Parties on Wednesday, September 25 and Saturday, October 19.
Support clean water and protect people’s health: demand the Trump administration abandon its proposal to increase toxic pollution in Washington’s rivers.
Fight for baby salmon, petition Washington Department of Ecology
"... Global’s oil-by-rail plans pose a huge risk to people and clean water. ..." -Dan Serres, Conservation Director, Columbia Riverkeeper
“Today’s agreement is a win for clean water. Industrial polluters like Tapani must take responsibility for fouling local waterways,”
-Simone Anter, associate attorney with Columbia Riverkeeper.