Give!Guide is a fun way to make your year-end gift to Columbia Riverkeeper. Give $125 and receive a kayak or paddleboard tour of Willamette Falls. Donate on Big Give Days for a chance to win big prizes.
Columbia Riverkeeper and our allies filed a federal lawsuit challenging a proposal for the world’s largest fracked gas-to-methanol refinery in Kalama, WA. If successful, the lawsuit would cancel the project's federal permits and subsidies.
One of the most polluted spots on the Columbia—Bradford Island and surrounding waters, located near Bonneville Dam—is one step closer to real cleanup. Learn the latest developments and read strong editorials supporting cleanup.
Over 100 volunteers helped plant trees, spread mulch, and pull weeds at the Nichols Natural Area. The site is transforming thanks to our amazing volunteers who brave the elements to transform a former industrial site to thriving habitat.
Forgotten Toxic Waste Dump on the Columbia: Today, November 20, 2019, come early for a pre-event reception no-host bar and light appetizers from 6 - 6:30 p.m., talk starts at 7 p.m.; Columbia Center for the Arts, Hood River, OR. Sense of Place talk with Lauren Goldberg, Columbia Riverkeeper; Rebeccah Winnier, Northwest Fish Hogs and Yakama Nation Tribal Member; and Laura Klasner Shira, Yakama Nation Fisheries Program.
“No LNG!” Rally: November 21, 2019, 11 a.m., Front steps of the State Capitol Building, Salem, OR. Urge Governor Brown and Oregon leaders to stand up to the Jordan Cove LNG project and Pacific Connector Pipeline in Southern Oregon.