Newsletter

Columbia Riverkeeper's River Currents newsletter showcases the effective and diverse work that you make possible.

River Currents Issue 3, 2018 Extended Interviews
Dalai Lama and Elizabeth Furse
Words of Wisdom

Former Congresswoman and Columbia Riverkeeper Co-Founder Elizabeth Furse shares her role in bringing together local Columbia River nonprofits to form Columbia Riverkeeper.

Fish Recovery Board
Stories Behind the Lawsuits

In the last decade, penalties from Columbia Riverkeeper’s Clean Water Act lawsuits supported dozens of important projects to protect and restore water quality.

Rudy Salakory
Why Do I Engage?

Hear the stories why your fellow members contribute their time, resources, and creativity to the Columbia River.

Linda Garcia, photo credit Thomas Patterson for Earthjustice
Superheroes v. Big Oil

Former Fruit Valley Neighborhood Association Secretary Linda Garcia, reflects on the epic victory stopping the North America's largest proposed oil-by-rail terminal.

Alfrieda Peters, photo by Alex Milan Tracy
Hanford Cleanup Advocate

Alfrieda Peters serves as the education and outreach specialist for the Yakama Nation Environmental Restoration and Waste Management (ERWM) Department.

Khanh Pham, photo by Rick Rappaport
Make History in Portland

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.

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