Join us in urging the Washington Department of Ecology to deny the world’s largest fracked-gas-to-methanol refinery, proposed in Kalama, Washington. After five years, the time has come for Washington to reject this dirty fossil fuel project
Team up with millions of youth and allies around the world fighting to create a livable future, demanding climate justice, and calling for an end to fossil fuels. Demand climate justice and an end to fossil fuels.
We’re taking the Trump administration to court to demand an action plan to deal with the hot water crisis. Fight alongside us by telling EPA to protect Columbia and Snake river salmon from dangerously warm water.
Check out a fascinating interview with Riverkeeper’s Executive Director (yes, we’re glad he didn’t pursue his dream of becoming a basketball star). Before joining Riverkeeper, Brett conducted research on climate change during field expeditions to Antarctica and New Zealand, taught kids at the Hancock Field Station in eastern Oregon, and started a legal practice representing nonprofits.
Mike Harvey is one of Riverkeeper’s most enthusiastic volunteers. He donates his time and generously made Riverkeeper a beneficiary of his will: “I can’t think of a more effective organization doing the job of cleaning up the river and keeping salmon alive and healthy.”
Planting Party: October 19, 2019, 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. Help replant the site with native species to restore the Nichols Natural Area into a thriving and vibrant riparian habitat.
Washington Total Dissolved Gas Water Quality Standard: Comment Period: Now - September 26, 2019. Washington Department of Ecology proposes a new rule to allow for more water to flow over the spillways of the Columbia and Snake river dams which would benefit salmon.