Watch our latest short film inspired by our collective legacy of tireless advocacy for cleanup at the Hanford Nuclear Site. Learn how you can help protect the remarkable people and places that depend on Hanford.
Oregon Governor Kate Brown has called for the removal of four dams on the Lower Snake River to restore salmon, orcas, and human communities. Please thank Governor Brown for her historic act of leadership!
Mega-dairies in eastern Oregon pose enormous risks for drinking water. Oregon regulators are currently considering allowing another mega-dairy at the former Lost Valley site. We’re taking steps to protect drinking water from this proposal by asking the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to step in.
A big thank you to Mari and Enrique Ortega, owners of Lake Taco, for supporting community groups Organizing Latin Advocates (OLA) and Comunidades. “They’re long-term Gorge residents supporting the environmental social justice movement by feeding us good, healthy food,” said Ubaldo Hernández, Senior Organizer. “There’s a lot of ways to participate—for Mari and Enrique, food is the connection and the way they give support.” Say thanks to Lake Taco by liking them on Facebook.
Clean & Abundant Waters Lobby Day: February 25, 2020, 11 a.m., Olympia, WA. Help us support key legislation to help safeguard and protect the Columbia River and other waterways in Washington state.
Everyone Can Be a Leader // Todos Pueden Ser Lideres: April 15, 2020, 6:30 p.m., White Salmon, WA. Exploring Nontraditional Community Leadership // Explorando el liderazgo comunitario no tradicional (Note: this conversation will take place in Spanish // Esta converscion se realizara en espanol.)
Nichols Natural Area Earth Month Work Party: April 25, 2020, 9 a.m., Hood River, OR. In order to restore Nichols Natural Area, a former industrial site into a thriving riparian habitat, we need your help with a few volunteer projects, including weeding and mulching.